The United States has fallen in its ranking on the list of best countries in the world, according to a report done by the U.S. News in partnership with the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and global brand consultants BAV Consulting.
The United States fell to the seventh spot down from its previous spot at number four. Currently, Switzerland is in the number one spot, and the report explained why.
“People regard the European country highly for its citizenship, being open for business, an environment that encourages entrepreneurship, the quality of life it provides its citizens and for its cultural influence.”
Canada took the number two spot, followed by the U.K., Germany, Japan, Sweden, and then the U.S.