Move over, Disneyland - it's really Norway that's the happiest place on Earth.

The 5th World Happiness Report is out and it judged 155 countries to see how happy they are based on factors including healthy life expectancy, generosity and gross domestic product per capita.

And after coming in at No. 4 last year, Norway took the top spot this year, followed by Denmark and Iceland.

As for the United States? It slipped to No. 14, down one spot from last year. The report cites "a severe deterioration of America’s educational system," increased mortality rates, climbing inequality, and more perceived corruption of government and business.

"The United States offers a vivid portrait of a country that is looking for happiness in 'all the wrong places'," the report says. "The country is mired in a roiling social crisis that is getting worse."