And according to Spanish statistics institute INE, 71% of Spanish adults believe they are in good health.
This is gender split with 75% of men believing they are healthy versus 67% of women.
Regionally, while 74.9% of Madrilenos feel they’re in tip top condition Galicia trails at the bottom with just 60%.
Navarra and the Balearic Islands sit at second and third with 74.7% and 74.7% while Andalucia sits just below average at 70.8%.
Galicia is by far the least healthy – it is also the poorest – and residents of Castilla y Leon are the second least, at 66%, a whole 6% more.
Spaniards do not shy away from healthcare, 85% had been to the doctor in the last two months.
And one in five over 65-year-olds has difficulties performing everyday tasks.
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