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Generally, income and education are positively linked to better lives. However, taller people live better lives, according to US researchers. More than 454,000 adults aged 18 and over were asked by phone for their height and evaluate their lives. Overall, taller individuals judged their lives more favourably and were more likely to report positive emotions such as enjoyment and happiness. Hence, there does appear to be a correlation between height and happiness.
Which of the following helps strengthen the argument above?
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 1)Taller people also had higher incomes and education.
 2)The people who are the happiest are not the very tallest.
 3)There's no direct correlation between income and happiness.
 4)There is a threshold of height tolerance; beyond that life becomes very difficult.
 5)Taller men are more likely to experience sadness and anger.

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