I remember the good old days when America was the place to be. The one country that everyone wanted to visit, that everyone wish they could live in, and that one could only hope to have been lucky enough to be born in.
Those days seem to be far and gone- according to The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)- a sister company of The Economist- at least.
They ranked the countries that they believed to be the best to be born in. The rankings were based on a series of life satisfaction factors in 11 different geographic, demographic, political, and economic indicators. Here’s the list:
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