I was just wondering everyone's opinions on keeping rabbits indoors to keeping them outdoors? What do you think is better for you and more importantly, better for the rabbit(s)? I currently have three indoor bunnies who I believe thrive indoors and are very happy and healthy but several members of my family are of the opinion they should be kept outside. I don't believe I'm suffering at all with them being inside and I really don't think they are either. I don't know if it's just because they're from an older generation that always kept rabbits outside, but I just wanted some other opinions?
I think it depends on the size of the house, the size of the rabbit, and the care given to it.

I babysat a bunny for awhile and she was medium sized, and we kept her in a rather small cage but let her run around a classroom all day. She was angry and in a bad mood all the time until she went home to her outdoor pen!

I personally wouldn't keep a large or medium adult bunny in a small cage, but if I had an indoor run for it, I think it'd be okay.
But I would usually keep it outside.