The rankings are out on which country is the best to live in, the study was done by U.S. News & World, BAV Group and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Eighty countries were evaluated based on a range of categories such as education, entrepreneurship, adventure, and quality of life.
The United States came in eighth and saw the biggest decline in the “perception of trustworthiness” (shocker) category with a ranking of 27. Human rights also fell for the United States (another shocker).
The United States, however, came in number one in the “perception of power” category, overall the top five countries to live in are United Kingdom (5), Germany (4), Canada (3), Japan (2), and Switzerland coming in at number one.
— U.S. News (@usnews) January 23, 2019
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