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Group of 7 countries (G7) Compared by Lifestyle > Undesirable neighbours > Drug addicts

DEFINITION: Percentage in 1990s surveys thinking this group were undesirable neighbours.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Japan 91% 1990
2 United States 80% 1990
3 Canada 63% 1990
4 Italy 59% 1990
5 Germany 56% 1990
6 France 44% 1990

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Group of 7 countries (G7) Compared by Lifestyle > Undesirable neighbours > Drug addicts

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Interesting observations about Lifestyle > Undesirable neighbours > Drug addicts

  • France ranked last for undesirable neighbours > drug addicts amongst Group of 7 countries (G7) in 1990.
  • All of the bottom 16 countries by undesirable neighbours > drug addicts are High income OECD.
  • All of the top 2 countries by undesirable neighbours > drug addicts are Heavily indebted.
  • 14 of the top 16 countries by undesirable neighbours > drug addicts are Christian.
  • Japan ranked first for undesirable neighbours > drug addicts amongst Non-religious countries in 1990.
  • 11 of the bottom 12 countries by undesirable neighbours > drug addicts are European.
  • 6 of the bottom 7 countries by undesirable neighbours > drug addicts are European Union.
  • Canada ranked last for undesirable neighbours > drug addicts amongst English speaking countries in 1990.
  • Finland ranked first for undesirable neighbours > drug addicts amongst Eurozone in 1990.
  • 9 of the bottom 11 countries by undesirable neighbours > drug addicts are Cold countries'.
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