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Chile is not that great. And it is definitely not as good to be born in as being born in Japan, Spain, France and the UK like WTF?
I was just talking about Latin America

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Dark grey (pretty much all of Africa) = no data
Light grey = medium categorization
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I think it's weird France is not on the same level as the US with a great healthcare and good laws :/
Anyway I don't buy this study.

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I think it's weird France is not on the same level as the US with a great healthcare and good laws :/
Anyway I don't buy this study.
A little digging finds that it was conducted by a group that is lets say economically liberal which may account for the lower rank of the leftist.
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A little digging finds that it was conducted by a group that is lets say economically liberal which may account for the lower rank of the leftist.
Oh I see ! that's also why Ireland has a great ranking despite its work law ? (yes i heard it was in crisis and quite unstable)

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Yes we are very Neoliberal so I'm not surprised by our high rank. It's not awful here either but going to visit the GP costs a minimum of €50 whereas in the UK it costs €0.
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It's not awful here either but going to visit the GP costs a minimum of €50

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