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# Freedmans survey showed that people living in small towns

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Freedmanâ€™s survey showed that people living in small towns and rural areas consider themselves no happier than do people living in big cities.

(A) no happier than do people living
(B) not any happier than do people living
(C) not any happier than do people who live
(D) no happier than are people who are living
(E) not as happy as are people who live

Please tell me if my reasoning for the correct answer is correct.

1) All options (B,C and E) starting with Not are eliminated because here we are not trying to negate the sentence.

2) Choice D : Can I say that it's wordy so I can eliminate it.

3) Choice A : Correct because "do" here means "happy" and the sentence shows subject verb inversion.

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