Top 5 countries with the best quality of life 2020

Top 5 best countries of quality of life ranking

When we think of Top 5 countries with the best quality of life, what countries do you think of? Maybe you will think of the developed nations such as USA, Canada or some countries in Europe. Well, that may be true in some. Let’s find out the following list which is from USNews.

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5 Australia

#7 out of 80 in 2019

The Commonwealth of Australia occupies the Australian continent. The country also includes some islands, most notably Tasmania. Indigenous people occupied the land for at least 40,000 years before the first British settlements of the 18th century.

  • GDP: $1.4 trillion
  • POPULATION: 25.0 million
  • GDP PER CAPITA, PPP: $52,379

4 Norway

No Change in Rank from 2019

The Kingdom of Norway is the westernmost country in the Scandinavian peninsula, made up mostly of mountainous terrain. Nearly all of its population lives in the south, surrounding the capital, Oslo. Norway’s coastline is made up of thousands of miles of fjords, bays and island shores. The Norwegians developed a maritime culture, and were active throughout the Viking era, establishing settlements in Iceland and Greenland.

  • GDP: $434.8 billion
  • POPULATION: 5.3 million
  • GDP PER CAPITA, PPP: $74,357

3 Sweden

#2 out of 80 in 2019

The Kingdom of Sweden, flanked by Norway to the west and the Baltic Sea to the east, expands across much of the Scandinavian Peninsula and is one of the largest countries in the European Union by land mass. Capital city Stockholm was claimed in the 16th century, and border disputes through the Middle Ages established the modern-day nation.

GDP: $551.0 billion

POPULATION: 10.2 million

GDP PER CAPITA, PPP: $53,652

2 Denmark

#3 out of 80 in 2019

The Kingdom of Denmark emerged in the 10th century and includes two North Atlantic island nations, the Faroe Islands and Greenland. Along with Sweden and Norway, it forms Scandinavia, a cultural region in Northern Europe.

  • GDP: $352.1 billion
  • POPULATION: 5.8 million
  • GDP PER CAPITA, PPP: $52,279

1 Canada

No Change in Rank from 2019

Canada takes up about two-fifths of the North American continent, making it the second-largest country in the world after Russia. The country is sparsely populated, with most of its 35.5 million residents living within 125 miles of the U.S. border. Canada’s expansive wilderness to the north plays a large role in Canadian identity, as does the country’s reputation of welcoming immigrants.

  • GDP: $1.7 trillion
  • POPULATION: 37.1 million
  • GDP PER CAPITA, PPP: $49,690


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