South Korea has come last in a survey of nearly two dozen countries measuring public confidence over the health and quality of life for their families.  

Cigna Group, a parent entity of Life Insurance Company of North America(LINA), revealed its Well-Being Index of 23 countries on Tuesday, based on the amount of time spent with family, ability to take care of their family’s health, well-being and financial needs. 

South Korea posted the lowest points, 51-point-seven, which was two-point-two points lower than last year. 

India was top of the list at 70-point-four points, followed by Nigeria and Saudi Arabia, both at 65-point-one points. 

Mexico was fourth at 63-point-eight points, while the United States and China were joint fifth at 63-point-seven points. 

The surveys were conducted on nearly 15-thousand adults in 23 countries between February and March. 

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