Survey: 10 Top Countries People Want to Live

By: Wazobia Times Staff

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would that be and why? We asked this question via survey and we compiled the top 10 countries people said that wanted to live.

  1. Chili
Photo Credit: Victor San Martin – Flickr
Photo Credit: Victor San Martin – Flickr

People who move here from other parts of the world call this the American Switzerland. With its natural beauty, four season weather, and strong economy that makes Chili a favorite place to live.

  1. Japan
Photo Credit: travelieu.com
Photo Credit: travelieu.com

Religious freedom, healthcare, high literacy rate, and a long life expectancy draws all types of people here.

  1. United States
Photo Credit: Vale Jara
Photo Credit: Vale Jara

There is no surprise that people would want to live in the US. This is a country of convenience. The US can boost that no other country has as much expertise in almost every field as they do.

  1. UAE
Photo Credit: travelbnk.com/travel-guide/uae/
Photo Credit: travelbnk.com/travel-guide/uae/

Almost every resident in this country is wealthy; there are no taxes on income.

  1. Belgium
Photo Credit: flickr.com/photos/jiuguangw/
Photo Credit: flickr.com/photos/jiuguangw/

If you speak Dutch, French, and German this is the place for you. Belgium has an efficient transportation system allowing you to easily move around the country.

  1. UK
Photo Credit: bsbinternational.org.uk
Photo Credit: bsbinternational.org.uk

Tourist attractions abound in this country of Queens and Lords.

  1. Finland
Photo Credit: Alamy
Photo Credit: Alamy

The literacy rate here is 100%. People here enjoy a healthy work/life balance while enjoying an excellent transportation system that is punctual to the second.

  1. Switzerland
Photo Credit: bedazle.com
Photo Credit: bedazle.com

Political and monetary security makes this country great for investors.

  1. Australia
Photo Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission
Photo Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission

Known for its diversity of wild life, Australia is also known as one of the biggest economies in the world. They also take care of their elderly citizens with wife pensions and partner allowances.

  1. Denmark
Photo Credit: tourist-destinations.net
Photo Credit: tourist-destinations.net

Boasting 52 weeks of parental leave, free to low cost childcare, and an outstanding health care system makes this a great place for families.

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