We Have Ample Room For Improvement! How Many U.S. Cities Rank In The World’s Top 10 Places To Live?

The Sky Tower, center left, soars into the night time skyline of the central business district in downtown Auckland, New Zealand, Monday, Sept. 26, 2011. The tower is 328 meters high (1,076 feet), the tallest man-made structure in New Zealand. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
The EIU (Economist Intelligence Unit) is not what you would call a “fan” of U.S. cities.  They invented what they call the Global Livability Index, and from that data comes their Top-10 Best Cities To Live In.  At the very top of the list, in other words the most livable city in the world is Auckland, New Zealand. Why? Here’s what the report said.  "Owing to border closures and a consequently low Covid-19 case count, New Zealand has been able to keep its theaters, restaurants and other cultural attractions open.  Students  have been able to continue going to school, giving Auckland a 100% score for education. This has allowed the city to move up from sixth place in our autumn 2020 survey to first position in our March 2021 rankings.” Based on the criteria used to determine the greatness of Auckland, you might be able to figure out how many American cities made the list...

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