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 Costa Rica been 30th above Portugal, Poland, Brazil & mexico looks good. But Chile above Japan? Am I missing something? Discuss...

http://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2013/01/daily-chart?page=1&fsrc=scn%2Fgp%2Fwl%2Fdc%2Fbirthright#sort-comments 

 

 Edit: I'd choose Japan or Singapur if given the chance!



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The top 20 are so close it really doesn't matter.

Israel 20 seems kinda...

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kain_kusanagi said:
The top 20 are so close it really doesn't matter.

Loser talk from #16.

Here at #9, we know it's all about the top 10.



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Aj_habfan said:
kain_kusanagi said:
The top 20 are so close it really doesn't matter.

Loser talk from #16.

Here at #9, we know it's all about the top 10.

How's the winter up there at #9? It's pretty nice here at a measly .43 points lower. It's probably not all that much different for you anyway since 99% of your population lives as close to NA #17 as they possibly can and shop across the board to avoid the GST. I guess the great white north isn't too bad if you stay in to watch some Hollywood movies and enjoy some delicious McDonalds. Yep, that .43 difference makes all the differences and makes that whole GST, PST, and HST totally worth it.

You might be interested to know that the UN Human Development Index rates the US at #4 and Canada at #8 and that while the US makes public it's poverty rate Canada keeps theirs under wraps. Not that any of it really matters since we are talking about such a tiny difference.

Personally I'm a big fan of both countries and its people. Nearly  the whole Top 20 on this list are really great free nations. But if I had to move away from my beloved homeland I think I'd probably go with #2 over #9.



Yup, Britain is apparently a hellhole. We are below Kuwait and Chile.

Switzerland and Canada look attractive.

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Aj_habfan said:
kain_kusanagi said:
The top 20 are so close it really doesn't matter.

Loser talk from #16.

Here at #9, we know it's all about the top 10.


Meh who cares about top 10. Here at #4 we know it's all about the top 5.

But if had to choose a country to be born in it would be Australia.



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I would be very surprised not to see Switzerland as number 1.