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Peace is everywhere, yet few people have a clear picture of it.
For a long time, people have been debating the meaning of peace.
And yet, this peace index has risen to the fifth spot in the latest World Peace Index, which is the world’s highest ranking.
The index, released on Wednesday, shows that while people around the world are now in favour of a more peaceful world, their perception of the world has improved.
The average score for the index is now 9.3, with a median score of 7.6, meaning that the average person sees a positive outcome for peace every day.
The Index is compiled from surveys of more than 500,000 people around a country, with the average of the survey being taken every five years.
The report said that in the survey, respondents were asked about their beliefs about the world and about peace, and they were asked to rate the world in terms of their views on the peace index.
They also answered questions about their own happiness and the state of their health, as well as the health of their children and grandchildren.
It is the first time that a comprehensive peace index index has been compiled, and the World Peace Institute said that it was “encouraging”.
In fact, the Index shows that people in countries where the number of deaths due to war has risen have seen their satisfaction of life increase by 4.6 points in the last five years, while in countries with a smaller population, satisfaction has decreased by 2.6 and the overall score of peace has remained unchanged.
In India, the index score is 7.3 and the median score is 5.2.
The world’s peace index scores have also increased in many other countries, including the United States and China.
In the United Kingdom, the average score is 6.7, the median is 6, and it has the lowest index score of 3.9.
In Switzerland, the score is 4.3 while the median has dropped to 4.1.
The United States has the second highest index score at 8.5.
The World Peace index, which was last updated in 2007, has now risen by 8 points since 2007.
It was last reported in 2004, and was a score of 6.4 in 2007.
There is a gap of 1.2 points between the score of the United Nations and the index of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, which includes more developed countries.