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If you choose to leave the United States, what country would you prefer to live in next?

Why?

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sweetcharlotte 8 July 25

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Panama and why not??

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Netherlands

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Australia is my first choice. Germany is a very, very close second.

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Geneva, Switzerland.

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For me it would be Belize, not crowded, they speak English, in the Tropics, great people and diverse.

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I would become a hermit curmudgeon somewhere warm.

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My wife who is Japanese and I who am part Costa Rican and part Cuban born in the USA are planning to move to Japan at some point. Mostly atheist nation, super polite people, state of the art everything, little to no crime, super clean, universal healthcare, etc.

Bear1 Level 2 July 26, 2018
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Thinking like a refugee - it has to be a place that would accept me as a permanent resident

  • MOST countries want young, educated people w/ 30 yr of future earnings -- few seem to be willing to accept older, retired people.

English speaking is preferred -- but Spanish as a backup.

  • Canada, New Zealand, England, Ireland, Bermuda would come first
  • Spain, Portugal (yeah, I know, not Spanish speaking... but), France
  • the nordic countries would be socially ideal - but just too cold !!

I haven't found the ideal yet -- but let's keep on looking!
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England, Scotland, Canada, Germany, Turkey, Malaysia...

Holli Level 6 July 25, 2018
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Canada. Great outdoors. Great climate on the west coast. Great people. Good exchange rate. Great food and beer.

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Nowhere else. I've lived in Japan, New Zealand, Australia. Visited England and Scotland, and most of Europe. USA is the place to be, even now with how it is collapsing.

What did you find not so great about Japan?. I’ve been there about 10 times for weeks and months at a time but have never lived there for an extended period. My wife who is Japanese and I are thinking of leaving my well to do business here in the USA and move to Tokyo. Just wondering what you encountered that wasnt better than the USA ?

@Bear1 I liked Japan. Just a little overcrowded. And expensive. Really interesting from a cultural perspective. Also, if I recall correctly, I don't think I saw a clear blue sky once. We lived in Miyazaki.

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Canada would be my first choice. Then England, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden. I am half German and mom's family came from Germany and Switzerland. I've lived in Germany. My dad's side of the family is English.

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That's kind of a non question for me I'm an agoraphobic homebody you can't get me to leave the county I live within 20 minutes of where I lived when I was 12

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If able to work, France.

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Canada for me. I was there years ago and loved it.

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Greenland or Denmark or Sweden.

I would love to live in england scotland or wales but with brexit and Theresa May it's just becoming america with tea

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Any of the Northern European countries that have a higher standard of living than the U.S.A. now has (it was not like that when I was a kid). "Socialism does not work."...yeah, right.

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Duel citizenship Canada and USA. DRUGS and my family

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I've worked all over the planet.
I'd choose either Buenos Aires or Sydney.

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England (miss the Cottswalds!), Canada (still within arms reach), Portugal (great climate, friendly people), Germany (felt at home & had a great time there).

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Id Live in England, . . . Hey wait a minute . . I DO live in England . . . If I left there, Id live in Japan.

Shaved Level 5 July 25, 2018
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Can't get my money in Cuba... lived in 3 European countries and liked a lot all of them.... Somewhere near a party town in the Mediterranean Sea... any of the Baleares Islands.... though I am mellow out enough to rent me a flat in Buenos Aires just for the Tango... just the Tango. "Assasination Tango" anyone? Robert Duval in real life married his tango teacher in the movie. Little known fact about him... he likes dancers, so he is alright with me.

Great movie, Great town. I loved working there.

@bigpawbullets Damn lucky you... Of all the spanish accents... just talking women... Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, Andalucia.

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Every time I left the United states so far I've come back to England.

If I stopped living in England I'd like to try Canada, Malta or the Netherlands.

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Spain - (OK, OK, I'm Irish but I want to join in).

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Somewhere in Scandinavia

Yanya Level 7 July 25, 2018
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