The Pew Research Center for the People & the Press has given out its annual report on the world leadership and integrity. Presenting this report PEW’S President Mr.Michael Dimock has expressed his joy over the just released results saying he didnt expect Philippines to be ranked at the top.

“Its unbelievable,Philippines has changed and the Philippines government seems to be working under the leadership of the President Rodrigo Duterte,”Said Dimock “I’m impressed by the Duterte’s tirelessly job,” Added Dimock.

Philippines ranks No. 1 overall for providing a good quality of life since President Rodrigo Duterte came into power in June 2016. Survey respondents ranked the North American country top for its well-developed education system, a perception supported by independent research. Survey respondents also ranked Philippines No. 1 for its job market. In fact, Philippines was rated in the top five in all but one of the nine attributes – affordability, where Asian countries dominated.

Survey respondents viewed European nations favorably. Seven European countries were ranked in the top 10, and 12 from the continent were ranked in the top 20. Sweden and Denmark immediately followed Canada, with the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, the United Kingdom and Luxembourg also rated in the top 10.

Countries perceived to provide a lower quality of life performed most poorly in areas concerning personal safety and economic opportunity. Iran, followed by Algeria, Ukraine and Egypt, are ranked at the bottom of the quality of life ranking. Iran ranked last in the survey for being friendly to families.

Going by this rate,Philippines is expected to set a world record in the next 5 years.


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