New research out of the Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture has found a strong correlation between religion and personal happiness. Though their survey looked at several factors to gauge individual’s religiousness, the biggest indicator of happiness was regularly going to religious services. From Brietbart:

The study found that people who attend religious services on a weekly basis are nearly twice as likely to describe themselves as “very happy” (45%) than people who never attend (28%). Conversely, those who never worship are twice as likely to say they are “very unhappy” (4%) as those who attend services weekly (2%).

The study may offer some clue to understanding why those who regularly go to church are much more likely than non-religious people to still have Pharrell’s “Happy” as their ringtone …

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