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  1. 2 days ago · In fact, Finland has held the top spot in the World Happiness Report’s list of happiest countries for five consecutive years — even as the country deals with cold weather, long winters and no daylight for part of the year in certain parts of the country. (For reference, the United States is 16th on the World Happiness Report’s list.)

  2. Jan 25, 2023 · Except for Nordic citizens and family reunion, worker immigration was regulated in 1967 and stopped in 1972. After 1970, Sweden began to receive refugees from, first, Latin America and, later, the Middle East and former Yugoslavia. More than 50 per cent of the immigrant population are naturalized Swedes. Peoples Main languages: Swedish, Finnish

  3. Jan 12, 2023 · Most Europeans’ DNA, including Scandinavians, is a mixture of three ancestral populations; European hunter-gatherers, European farmers originating from Anatolia, and Pontic steppe herders – but this is not the case with the Finns (and the Saami, Russians, Mordovians, Chuvash, Estonians, and Hungarians).

  4. Jan 3, 2023 · U.S. Population Search or select a country K = Thousands M = Millions B = Billions Source and Notes Source: U.S. Census Bureau, International Database (demographic data) and USA Trade Online (trade data). Populations shown for the Most Populous Countries and on the world map are projected to July 1, 2022.

  5. Jan 21, 2023 · As of 2022, the list of developed nations included the United States, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Singapore, Taiwan, Israel, countries of Western Europe,...

  6. We know what the real answer is: the imported population was largely slaves, and slaves had poor chances of passing their genes on. YourOldBuddy • 3 days ago Possibly some selection during the Viking age as well. The worst went to war or settled in Ireland/Iceland.

  7. 5 days ago · Sweden had very few immigrants in 1900 when the nationwide population totaled 5,100,814 inhabitants, of whom 35,627 individuals were foreign-born (0.7%). 21,496 of those foreign-born residents were from other Nordic countries, 8,531 people were from other European countries, 5,254 from North America, 90 from South America, 87 from Asia, 79 from …