do you feel happy New study reveals the best spells people believe will bring them luck

Take this quiz to find out how lucky you really are – you will be surprised….

It comes after a study of 2,000 adults in the UK and 500 in Ireland found the ‘luck of the Irish’ is REAL.

People living in the Emerald Isle experience 40 happy moments a year, but those in the UK only get 37 – almost 10 per cent less.

The Irish are also more likely to describe themselves as fortunate, with 49 per cent believing they are blessed compared to 40 per cent elsewhere.

And the poll also found that 66 per cent of British adults said they deserve a little happiness in their lives.

But 26 percent admitted they don’t really know the meaning of happiness and think it’s too hard to define.

A spokesman for, which launched the lucky quiz to celebrate its Irish Lotto draw St. Patrick’s Daysaid: “Happiness is such a strange term – most people wonder if it even exists.

“Some people certainly seem happier than others – something our lottery winners would attest to.

“But there’s no real evidence of how or why luck could come about — it could be anything from wearing our lucky pants to finding a four-leaf clover. Or maybe it’s just written in the stars!”

To increase their chances of luck, 23 per cent of British adults have used a good luck charm – 38 per cent of Irish respondents.

Lucky numbers, special bracelets and coins are popular good luck charms on both sides of the Irish Sea – with the Irish more likely to opt for a four-leaf clover.

Adults in the UK are most likely to feel fortunate when it comes to family, friends and relationships.

And 25 percent see good health as something to be thankful for, as it can often be decided by luck.

On the other hand, Irish adults are 17 per cent more likely to believe bad luck than people in the UK (67 per cent versus 50 per cent).

And 57 per cent of respondents from the Republic of Ireland have experienced beginner’s luck – doing something well on the first try.

This compares favorably to just 36 per cent of people in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, according to the Onepoll data.

The Lottoland spokesman added: “It seems that people in Ireland not only think they are happier, they actually are!

“The question is, do you have to be Irish-born to enjoy that good fortune, or can you just move from unfortunate Brighton to Dublin or Galway and enjoy an instant boost?”

Top 10 Lucky Charms in Ireland:

  1. lucky number
  2. bracelet
  3. coins
  4. ring
  5. Four-leaf clover
  6. ladybug
  7. socks
  8. horseshoe
  9. rainbow
  10. underwear

Top 10 Good Luck Charms in the UK:

  1. lucky number
  2. bracelet
  3. Four-leaf clover
  4. coins
  5. ring
  6. underwear
  7. horseshoe
  8. Dice
  9. goldfish
  10. socks do you feel happy New study reveals the best spells people believe will bring them luck

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