Denmark is once against the best country for women to live in, swapping the top spot with Sweden in US News & World Report's latest annual rankings. The Scandinavian country last held the crown in 2018.
The Best Countries for Women ranking was put together following a survey of nearly 9,800 women as part of the media organization's wider Best Countries ranking.
The full 2019 Best Countries List surveyed more than 20,000 people from 73 different countries for 65 different attributes grouped into nine categories, including quality of life, adventure, citizenship, and power.
Each country was also given an equally-weighted score across five attributes in order to produce the women-focused ranking: care about human rights, gender equality, income equality, progress, and safety.