This one measures social progress – health, wellbeing, and opportunity.
The U.S. came in 18th place, in the High (but missing Very High) category.
As with most of these things, I’m a little dubious of some of the metrics. Others though are spot on. And the findings are pretty consistent with other surveys and rankings we’ve looked at recently.
Not in the U.S.? Many of you are not. In the U.S.? Most of you are. Regardless, check the charts and see how you and yours did. Hats off to the “very highs.” The full study may be accessed: