The Global Liveability Index 2018

From the EIU report:

“The results of the Global Liveability Index 2018 reveal that Vienna has displaced Melbourne as the world’s most liveable city. This ends a record seven consecutive years at the head of the survey for the Australian city.

This year’s Index also finds an improvement in the scores of the top-ranked cities, reflecting improvements in safety and stability across most regions. Other key findings include:

  • Canadian cities outperform cities in the United States, with three Canadian cities making this year’s top ten
  • Manchester, Paris and Copenhagen have seen the biggest ranking improvements among western European cities over the past year
  • Osaka and Tokyo have climbed up the ranking to enter to top 10 for the first time”


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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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