A composite country ranking with the highest and top standard of living in the world measuring in three dimensions of human development: a long and healthy country life, knowledge and a decent standard of living. See Technical note at http://hdr.undp.org/en for details on how the HDI country ranking is calculated. The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Democracy Index 2016. See also Quality of Life Index for Country 2017
Source: HDRO worldwide country ranking in terms of standard of living is calculations based on data from UNDESA (2015), UNESCO Institute for Statistics (2015), United Nations Statistics Division (2015), World Bank (2015a), Barro and Lee (2014) and IMF (2015). Statistics source: Human development index (HDI) & 2015 Human_Development_Report .
Top 10 Ranking 2016: (1). Norway0.946, (2). Australia 0.938, (3) Switzerland0.933, (4) Denmark0.924, (5) Netherlands0.923, (6) Ireland0.921, (7) Germany0.920, (8) New Zealand0.920, (9) United States0.917, (10-11) Canada0.916, (10-11) Singapore0.916