The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Livability Survey is out no city in the US is in the top ten! It’s Australia’s city of Melbourne that actually sits at the top. That city is joined by other Australian, New Zealand and Canadian cities in the top ten. So what does this survey look at to come to its decisions anyway? Well, that’s stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure.
Most Livable Cities: Not in the USA?
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