London, September 6 (ANI): People living in rural areas are twice as likely to love where they live, than those in the city, a new research has revealed.
Insurance firm NFU Mutual found that a large number of people enjoyed life in the countryside, the Daily Express reported.
Around 1 in 10 people living in cities claimed that they disliked the area, more than three times, as many as who lived in the country.
The poll revealed that city dwellers in Yorkshire, London and the east of England were especially dissatisfied.
It showed that only 16 percent of people living in the cities “loved” their homes.
However, 31 percent of people living in rural areas said that they loved their neighbourhood.
They cited quality of the environment, local communities and healthy lifestyle, as bonuses to living in the rural area.
People who liked living in the city were more likely to be based in southeast England, Northern Ireland, Wales and the East Midlands. (ANI)