From the Economist:
In America and Japan not burdening families with the costs of care was the highest-ranked priority, cited as extremely important by 54% and 59% respectively. (The Japanese may be worrying about the cost of funerals, which can easily reach ¥3m, or $27,000.) A third of Italians emphasised having loved ones around them. Brazil was the only country where more people said they would put extending life ahead of reducing pain and stress than the other way around.
Japan: where people live the most and do not really care about it. Brazil is the opposite.
It actually makes sense. Japanese people take a long life for granted.
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