These are the top 10 countries to live in

The annual ranking of the best countries in the world came on Tuesday U.S. News and World Report From. Most of the top ten countries are located mainly in Western Europe. Australia, New Zealand and Japan also showed excellent performance. But who is No. 1?

The list is based on a survey of 17,000 people spread across 78 countries and based on 76 different parameters. Citizens of Cambodia, El Salvador and Uzbekistan also voted for this year’s report.

The status of a nation on the list is determined primarily by the quality of daily life and the ‘social goals’ of that country. The latter explores how stable, secure and open a community is, and to what extent individuals can thrive.

More than a year after Govt-19, researchers had to add a new parameter to measure a country’s resistance to such unpredictable challenges. That parameter was called the ‘skill’ type. It measures the reception and adaptability of governments, managers and citizens in times of crisis.

The list looks like this:

  1. Canada
  2. Japan
  3. Germany
  4. Switzerland
  5. Australia
  6. United States
  7. New Zealand
  8. United Kingdom
  9. Sweden
  10. Netherlands

Canada: After many years in second and third place, Canada finally advanced to first place in this sixth edition. The country particularly excelled in terms of quality of life and ‘social goals’. Moreover, the country was considered a very open, fair and impartial nation.

What emerged: Americans see themselves as completely different from the rest of the world. Sixty-six percent of surveyed Americans consider their country to be a prime example of democracy, although in other countries the figure is as low as 52.5 percent. Capital’s storm, especially on January 6, had an impact on the reputation of Americans abroad. The ongoing struggles with racism and other injustices in the country also had an effect.

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10 Worst Countries to Live In: The countries at the bottom of the list were mostly settled outside of regulatory corruption. An unstable political situation in those countries was often mentioned by the enumerators. In contrast, countries that have been in turmoil for months (sometimes even years) such as Syria, Yemen and more recently Myanmar are not included in this list.

  1. Iraq
  2. Redeemer
  3. Serbia
  4. Belarus
  5. Lebanon
  6. Uzbekistan
  7. Kazakhstan
  8. Ukraine
  9. Oman
  10. Guatemala

Where is China? The Asian power pushed two positions to 17th place. The country was widely criticized for its lack of openness when the epidemic began and for its many human rights violations. But China was seen as the second most powerful country in the world, overtaking Russia below the United States. China was also seen as the world’s most powerful exporter.

Also mentioned: Japan, the only Asian country in the top 10, is a great country for entrepreneurs and is highly valued for its culture, political influence, ‘agility’ and innovation.

Switzerland ranks above average in the top 10 of the 76 categories, making it the most open country to trade with other countries.

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