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Australia is consider the best country to live

The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania conducted a survey to discover what country is consider the best to live according to the Millenials, individuals who reached adulthood around the turn of the 21st century. The ranking was determined by  more than 6,000 millennials in four regions — the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, and Africa. They responded to the survey prompt of whether a particular country “is a place I would live.”

Australia, which is considered the adventurer's paradise, came in first, followed by Canada in second and Italy in third.

Australia

Capital: Canberra

GDP: $1.6 trillion

Population: 23.5 million

Quality of life: 9.1

 

Canada

Capital: Ottawa

GDP: $1.8 trillion

Population: 35.5 million

Quality of life: 10

 

Italy

 Capital: Rome

GDP: $2.1 trillion

Population: 61.3 million

Quality of life: 3.6

 

New Zealand

Capital: Wellington

GDP: $186 billion

Population: 4.5 million

Quality of life: 8.2

 

Sweden

Capital: Stockholm

GDP: $580 billion

Population: 9.7 million

Quality of life: 9.5

 

Netherlands

Capital: Amsterdam

GDP: $854 billion

Population: 16.8 million

Quality of life: 8.5

 

United Kingdom

Capital: London

GDP: $2.7 trillion

Population: 64.5 million

Quality of life: 7.3

 

United States

Capital: Washington, DC

GDP: $16.8 trillion

Population: 318.9 million

Quality of life: 5.4

 

Ireland

Capital: Dublin

GDP: $232 billion

Population: 4.6 million

Quality of life: 5.7

 

Spain

Capital: Madrid

GDP: $1.4 trillion

Population: 46.4 million

Quality of life: 4.2

 

France

Capital: Paris

GDP: $2.8 trillion

Population: 66.2 million

Quality of life: 5.5

 

Denmark

Capital: Copenhagen

GDP: $336 billion

Population: 5.6 million

Quality of life: 9.2

 

Portugal

Capital: Lisbon

GDP: $227 billion

Population: 10.4 million

Quality of life: 3.5

 

Germany

Capital: Berlin

GDP: $3.7 trillion

Population: 81 million

Quality of life: 8.1

 

Luxembourg

Capital: Luxembourg City

GDP: $60.1 billion

Population: 556,074

Quality of life: 6.3

 

Austria

Capital: Vienna

GDP: $428 billion

Population: 8.5 million

Quality of life: 7.3

 

Singapore

Capital: Singapore

GDP: $298 billion

Population: 5.5 million

Quality of life: 4.6

 

Greece

Capital: Athens

GDP: $242 billion

Population: 11 million

Quality of life: 1.4

 

Argentina

Capital: Buenos Aires

GDP: $610 billion

Population: 43 million

Quality of life: 1.2

 

Japan

Capital: Tokyo

GDP: $4.9 trillion

Population: 127 million

Quality of life: 6.2