This map outlines countries where people feel most and least loved. The redder the region - the more loved they feel, and the bluer - the less loved they feel. Data collected in North and South America, Canada and Australia shows that people there feel very loved, unlike the ones from Russia, and certain parts of Africa. The question posed during research was "Did you experience love for a lot of the day yesterday?". It was collected by Gallup from 136 countries in 2006-07.
The three countries with the very highest scores are, in this order, the Philippines (93 percent), Rwanda (92 percent) and Puerto Rico (90 percent). Russia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe and the Caucuses region all consistently scored poorly.