This may sound like a broken record but Canada has been named the second best country in the world yet again.
Switzerland was ranked third in the citizenship category, based on its respect for property rights, gender equality, distribution of political power, and care for the environment, human rights and religious freedom. Germany’s ranking in three categories — openness for business, citizenship and quality of life — dropped since 2016.
According to the survey results, Serbia is the lowest overall ranked country, with Iran, Algeria, Nigeria and Lebanon also named in the bottom five.
The study asked 21,000 individuals from around the world to score countries on 65 attributes. Attributes were grouped into key subrankings of Adventure, Citizenship, Cultural Influence, Entrepreneurship, Heritage, Movers, Open for Business, Power and Quality of Life.
Here are the top 10 best countries in the world, according to U.S. News & World Report, BAV Consulting and Wharton School.
3. United Kingdom
7. United States