The bar chart below show the happiness scores for select countries along with the 95% confidence interval. In addition, a data row is used to highlight the country’s overall ranking. For each country the segments in the stack show how the scores can explained by various factors. For examples 1.0 of the United States’ 7.1 score can be explained by social support.
Denmark leads the world with an overall score of 7.5 driven by GDP per capita and social support.
This bar chart, including the data row and error indicators, was built with the Aploris add-in for PowerPoint on a Mac.