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The survey, which combines measures of well-being, opportunity and basic needs through 16 outcomes researched by Gallup, UNESCO and the Pew Research Centre, found Australia had among the highest standards of living of any country in the world with a diverse population.The survey, which combines measures of well-being, opportunity and basic needs through 16 outcomes researched by Gallup, UNESCO and the Pew Research Centre, found Australia had among the highest standards of living of any country in the world with a diverse population.

The world's top performer on the index was Denmark, with all five Nordic countries hitting the highest band and Canada the best performing of the world's top seven economies.

Globally, 113 countries out of the 128 countries surveyed had improved their level of social progress since 2014.

Read the full analysis of why Australia dropped in the rankings from number 4 to number 9 (Tied with New Zealand) in the Sydney Morning Herald.

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Posted On : 22-06-17

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