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10 Best Countries to Live According to Brand Index

As a Canadian call centre we’re always interested to see how our beloved country fairs on the world’s stage and I’ve explored this topic in posts like best country to livesmartest countries, the happiest countries, the  most peaceful countries, the most sustainable countries, the friendliest countries, the most charitable countries, the most prosperous countries, the best countries for quality of life, the best countries for business, the top countries for life expectancy, the best countries for working women, the best country for world travel & tourism, the best countries for human development, the top countries for Clean Capitalism, the best country for child well-being, the best countries from social progress, the best countries for higher education, the most popular countries, the least corrupt countries, the best countries for paid vacation daysthe countries with the best reputation, the best countries for global professionals, the best countries for ease of doing business, the best countries for starting a business, the best country for business, the best country for customer satisfaction, the most gay positive country, the best countries with the most competitive economies, the best countries for entrepreneurship, the most sustainable countries, the best countries to grow old, the top countries for longest hours worked, the best countries for innovation, the best countries for expats and the best country for closing the gender gap. Today, I’ll be adding the 10 best countries to live according to the annual Anholt-GfK Nation Brands Index.

Anholt-GfK ranked fifty countries “by looking at perceptions of nations in the six areas: Exports, Governance, Culture, People, Tourism and Immigration/Investment.” For the 2013 edition “a total of 20,445 online interviews 10-best-countries-Nation-Brands-Indexwere conducted in 20 developed and developing countries with adults age 18 or over. The most up-to-date online population parameters were used to weight the achieved sample in each country, to reflect key demographic characteristics such as age, gender and education of the 2013 online population in that count. Fieldwork was conducted from July 25th to August 15th, 2013.” According to this data, the 10 best countries to live are:

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

“The Anholt-GfK Nation Brands Index helps governments, organizations and businesses understand, measure and ultimately build a strong national image and reputation. It measures the power and quality of each country‘s brand image.” Congratulations to Canada for making the top 10.


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