Measuring happiness accurately depends on self-reporting. The Revised Oxford Happiness Scale is a well-known happiness study that sets forth a comprehensive set of questions. The Satisfaction with Life Scale, on the other hand, only poses five questions. Such polls ask people to rate their satisfaction regarding a number of different parts of their lives.
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