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Whats the best country to live in?

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Australia
New Zealand
Canada
One of the Scandinavian countries
Netherlands.

Mostly Australia

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new zealand
spain
germany

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Well if i could pick (and take my family with me)
Australia
Holland
Spain (barcelona actually)
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Malaysia
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NZ is nice, but boring
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I saw on tv about australia, there is great to live. Poor people get retirement at age 65 and rich people cannot get retirement, thats great and very fair. Australia is multicultural country and everybody is welcome. only bad side of australia is very hot weather.
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new zealand
spain
germany

I think germans work like a machines, no iprovisation there but during a free time they behave like a dogs who escaped from the chain.
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I'd say Poland. Always fun here...I had a very little to compare, cos I lived only at Poland and...little bit at Sweden (besides that have been in France and England, both looks nice, but I've been there too short to judge it)... Sweden looks strange to me comparing to Poland. Very clean and well organised place, but very predictable also...Too much restrictions for me. Prohibition

As for thos riots in Sweden...Well, the cause is there are a lot of immigrants living on welfare wich sucks, but all immigrants I've seen behaved well...In Poland there are no immigrants, but we don't need them to cause a riot

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I think germans work like a machines, no iprovisation there but during a free time they behave like a dogs who escaped from the chain.
Work hard, party hard.

I guess Norway would be a fair pick.

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I'd say Poland. Always fun here...I had a very little to compare, cos I lived only at Poland and...little bit at Sweden (besides that have been in France and England, both looks nice, but I've been there too short to judge it)... Sweden looks strange to me comparing to Poland. Very clean and well organised place, but very predictable also...Too much restrictions for me. Prohibition

As for thos riots in Sweden...Well, the cause is there are a lot of immigrants living on welfare wich sucks, but all immigrants I've seen behaved well...In Poland there are no immigrants, but we don't need them to cause a riot
Why do many polish people move from poland especially to the UK? I read there is about 700 000 polish people in the UK.
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Work hard, party hard.

I guess Norway would be a fair pick.
I don't like hard work. If you have enough money it's quite good to live in Croatia. I think Croatia is in top 20.
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Why do many polish people move from poland especially to the UK? I read there is about 700 000 polish people in the UK.
Same reason I went to Sweden- money...

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A lot of the scandinavian countries because of their welfare-model and system.
Of course there's problems there too, but in general it's very even. I believe Denmark is the country with the lowest gini-coefficient...
Based on "fun level" it probably isn't Denmark, but based on "best country" to live in, I'd prolly say that...

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