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Most Livable Cities Are Far From The USA

Fans react as New Zealand band Six60 perform at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, Saturday, April 24, 2021. Six60 is being billed as the biggest live act in the world since the coronavirus pandemic struck after New Zealand stamped out the spread of the virus, allowing life to return to normal. On Saturday, the band played a remarkable finale to their latest tour, performing in front of 50,000 people at the first-ever concert at Auckland's Eden Park.(AP Photo/David Rowland)
Fans react as New Zealand band Six60 perform at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, Saturday, April 24, 2021. Six60 is being billed as the biggest live act in the world since the coronavirus pandemic struck after New Zealand stamped out the spread of the virus, allowing life to return to normal. On Saturday, the band played a remarkable finale to their latest tour, performing in front of 50,000 people at the first-ever concert at Auckland's Eden Park.(AP Photo/David Rowland)

Lookin’ for a nice place to live?

 

Well, you’ll have to leave the Coachella Valley, leave the State of California, and leave the United States.

 

The Economist Intelligence Unit is ranking the Most Livable Cities in the World,  and there are no American cities on the list.

 

To find the good life, head to Auckland, New Zealand, which is The Most Livable City in the World, based on factors such as overall stability, health care, education, infrastructure,  culture,  and environment.

 

Next, is Osaka, Japan, and 3rd is Adelaide, Australia.

 

Then, Wellington New Zealand is 4th, Tokyo Japan is 5th and Perth Australia is 6th.

 

Switzerland has the 7th and 8th Most Livable Cities, with Zurich and Geneva, then back Down Under to Melbourne and Brisbane.

 

Completing the Top Ten  list are Zurich and Geneva, Switzerland, and Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia.

 

 

Fans react as New Zealand band Six60 perform at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, Saturday, April 24, 2021. Six60 is being billed as the biggest live act in the world since the coronavirus pandemic struck after New Zealand stamped out the spread of the virus, allowing life to return to normal. On Saturday, the band played a remarkable finale to their latest tour, performing in front of 50,000 people at the first-ever concert at Auckland’s Eden Park.(AP Photo/David Rowland)   June 9th 2021

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