Research question: Does the feeling of happiness have an effect on satisfaction with the financial situation of a household?

Hypothesis: Those who consider themselves very happy are more satisfied with their financial situation of household than those who consider themselves rather happy.

So, in this case, the reference category is the very happy and therefore this constant here refers to the very happy category.

Those who feel very happy on average score of 6.322 in terms of satisfaction with the financial situation of the household (p<0,000).

Those who feel rather happy on average score of 0.858 less than those who feel very happy in terms of satisfaction with the financial situation of household (p<0,000).

Those who do not feel very happy on average score of 1.686 less than those who feel very happy in terms of satisfaction with the financial situation of household (p<0,000).

Those who do not feel at all happy on average score of 2.151 less than those who feel very happy in terms of satisfaction with the financial situation of the household (p<0,000).

In conclusion, the result supports my hypothesis stating that “Those who consider themselves very happy are more satisfied with their financial situation of household than those who consider themselves rather happy.” (p<0,001)

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