ANSWERS: 30
  • Well at this time in my life... I'd say Europe! But towards my middle life... I'd say USA! Then towards my retirement years... I'd say Europe!! :) Yes... I want to go around the world!!
  • I want to live in Canada. No specific reason. It just seems like a nice place to live, is all. [[edit: also, Canada and USA are both countries, Europe is a continent, so thinking further into it, there are many more place to choose from in Europe; although, Canada would still be most convenient for me, seeing as I live in the US. I would like, maybe, to live in Germany, though,]]
  • Out of those choices I would probably stay in Britain as linked to Europe but being separated by a channel of water!
  • I've only been to the US. I'd like to go to Europe. Canada sounds boring.
  • Perhaps you should first ask yourself. Do you like warm weather or cold weather ?
  • Well, I live in Canada now, and it's pretty great. Europe isn't a country like Canada or the US, it's a continent.
  • hehe oh my choice is made. I grew up in Europe, holidays in the States, trips in Canada.... now living in Canada :))))) Very good choice!!! I'm way up in the North! Just wanted to see opinions!
  • Being American, I'm kinda attached to the place. Western Europe & Canada are probably more overall civilized, but Canada's so freakin' cold, which I can't stand, and Europe has problems like too much socialism leading to stagnant economies, unassimilated and angry Muslim minorities. If I won the lottery I'd travel around Europe for a year seeing the history & architecture.
  • Europe. Take it from me, I'm an American. (But Shhhh! Don't tell anyone!)
  • I have always wanted to live in Europe
  • I never been to europe, and I like canada, I love the USA I would go with the southern part of canada
  • i lived in america for 12 years and i moved to germany 6 months ago. i love it here<3 its better than the u.s..
  • I have lived in the USA all of my life. To live anywhere else I don't think so. To visit absolutely! I would love to go to Canada.
  • Despite its reputations (mostly nonsensical like "Americans are lazy or uneducated") I would continue to live in US. I have opportunities here that I wouldn't in Canada or Europe. More career and education opportunities, less taxes, diverse population, and etc.
  • US for now. Maybe later someplace quieter, more obscure that welcomed foreigners and where the U.S. dollar was valued well. Maybe Canada (Vancouver's nice) , maybe South America.
  • I had lived in Europe for one year and would choose to live their.France has the best socialized medicine in the world with free home doctor service.I don't know what country in Europe I would choose just yet.
  • europe, I think they have become much more advanced than any other place and have seemed to workout a good government and health plan. I mean how can you turn down free doctor visits in England? Also I want to live in europe because of the deep cultural roots its nice to have a long history wherever you go to look at.
  • I live in Europe and the USA so now I need to spend more time in Canada (Summertime)
  • I live in the US but I think Canada is a pretty cool place to live.
  • USA. :)
  • All three are good and all three have drawbacks. Canada is boring but a good place to live if you want to settle down, then boring is good.
  • USA (born in Europe, raised in Canada, in USA by choice)
  • CANADA,,LOVE IT HERE
  • USA forever
  • Europe!!! I agree with questionaire, with insurance is almost everything free (we pay insurance every month about 20-25 euros). It has great history, places to see. USA is the best to visit and see New York, Hollywood, Las Vegas... but not to live. Maybe for a year or two. In Europe I'd live in Barcelona (Spain), Paris (France) or London (England).
  • Europe!!! I agree with questionaire, with insurance is almost everything free (we pay insurance every month about 20-25 euros). It has great history, places to see. USA is the best to visit and see New York, Hollywood, Las Vegas... but not to live. Maybe for a year or two. In Europe I'd live in Barcelona (Spain), Paris (France) or London (England).
  • i would prefer any country in Europe to the U.S. or Canada. especially the u.s. cause i hate it here...
  • Live in Europe. Fancy giving Canada a try!
  • I was born in the US, live now in Europe so it's a hard choice. It depends on how old you are and what your goals are. If you want to open your own business, for example, the US is best; fewer regulations. If you want easy access to lots of differents countries and cultures chose Europe. People work less in Europe than in the US (don't know about Canada) but they generally earn less too. If you are near retirement age, keep in mind the difficulties of health insurance in a foreign country and the logistics of receiving your retirement income.
  • difficult to say...Europe has beautiful places, the US and Canada too, Europe has more history and culture than the US and Canada but then life tends to be easier in North America, i think i'll chose all 3 of them.

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