In a new international survey, Sweden is ranked at the top of the list – and is considered to be the country with the best reputation in the world.
According to a new survey called Country RepTrak from the consultancy agency Reputation Institute, Sweden is listed as the world’s best-rated country.
In order to arrive at this, 58,000 people in the G8 countries have been ranked countries by reputation. A total of 55 countries fought for the first place. With its top ranking, Sweden has climbed the list with the previous third placement.
One has ranked the main areas of economics, governance and appealing environment. Sweden is perceived as ethical and to be a country with good transparency, low corruption and with the most progressive social and economic policies.
“Sweden stands out as experiencing a generous, equitable and environmentally conscious country with high morals,” commented Nicolas George Trad of the Reputation Institute who conducted the study. Sweden is at the top, together with other Scandinavian and European countries. Finland ended up in second place, Switzerland in third place followed by Norway. Even New Zealand, Australia and Canada ended up among top ten.
Here is a link to the publication: Survey Country RepTrak 2018