The Maltese, together with the Austrians and Slovenians, are happiest with their personal relationships among the peoples of European Union countries. This emerges from a Eurostat survey, based on statistics about incomes and living conditions in European union member states.
Eurostat declared that just under nine out of every ten Maltese are satisfied with their personal relationships. This shows a marginal improvement over the level of satisfaction expressed by the Maltese in 2013. The level of satisfaction with personal relationships among Europeans has improved in 18 countries but has worsened in five other countries. Two countries have not registered any movement either way.
With regard to satisfaction with quality of life and financial situations, the Maltese have classified among the first nine countries, with a satisfaction rate which is higher than the European average. The Eurostat survey in regard to these two indicators shows an increase in the number of Maltese who feel their situation has improved.