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The best country in the world?

The best country in the world? If you are a patriot, you choose your own country, where you were born, where you enjoy, where you have a home. Conversely, if you are not happy in your own country, you will definitely not give it a vote. Either way, you can give your vote to any country you think deserves your vote. If everyone does it, as you do, we'll find out here where the various favorites around the world stand. In fact, anyone in the world who loads this website on a PC, laptop, mobile, tablet or elsewhere can vote. And to make it fair, anyone can vote every 24 hours. So it doesn't matter how many people a country has, like China has 1,000,000, and the Czech Republic has 10,000,000, but it matters perseverance and tenacity. China doesn't have to vote, but small countries vote hard, and that will make up for the injustices. Moreover, not every Chinese can be happy with their country? Let's be surprised how this will play out and if there will be interest in voting. I wonder what the ranking will be and which country will be the best and which will be the worst? I can't make a guess myself. And you?