The United States has become the most hated nation in the world for the second year in a row, according to a new report.
According to the report, published by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the nonprofit Public Citizen, nearly one in five Americans believe the U.S. is in the worst state of government in the history of the world.
This year, the study found that Americans are so pessimistic about their country’s future that they view the country as the worst in the developed world.
The study, based on a survey of 1,082 Americans, found that nearly a quarter of Americans think the U.”d be in the most troubled place in the United Nations.
The United States was ranked dead last in the country in a list of countries where people rated it as one of the worst places to live.
The survey was conducted last month by the public relations firm, Public Knowledge, with assistance from the Public Policy Polling (PPP) and Public Citizen.
Public Citizen’s report found that the survey of more than 1,000 Americans was conducted between January 6 and January 9.
The report states that while most Americans believe they have the worst health care system in the U, Americans also believe the country is one of only five countries in the OECD where health care costs are so high that they make it unaffordable for the majority of people.
In total, 47 percent of respondents believe the United Kingdom is the most dangerous place in Europe.
While the United Arab Emirates ranked at the bottom of the list, the survey found that just 17 percent of Americans believe it is the best place in which to live in the Middle East.
Despite these grim findings, there are good reasons to be optimistic.
For one, the U .
S. has a highly educated and diverse population, including a high number of immigrants.
In fact, more than half of all the U.’s residents were born abroad.
The country also has an unusually high percentage of people who have college degrees, according the study.
This is partly because Americans are highly educated compared to other countries.
In fact, nearly two-thirds of Americans have college or more degrees compared to one-third in other countries like the United kingdom, France and Germany.
Moreover, there is a huge opportunity in the developing world, the report states, especially in developing countries.
For example, more and more Americans are moving to cities where there is opportunity to build wealth and opportunities to work.
The U.K. and other countries have become more welcoming, too, with the number of people moving to the U., the report notes.
Accordingly, the United states could be on the verge of breaking out of its status as the most miserable place in world, and perhaps even the world, in the coming years.