What is the best city to live, according to the top 100 most populous cities in the world?
The Guardian’s Top 100 Cities report, published today, lists the top 50 cities for each of the 100 most populated countries and territories in the World.
The survey is based on the number of people per square kilometre of land and density of population.
The cities are sorted by the number in the top 10, 10, 20 and 50 percent.
The United States is in the middle of the list, followed by China, Japan and Germany.
The United States was the top-ranked country in 2016, at number one, and has remained there since then.
This year, it also rose to the number two spot.
But there are some notable differences between 2016 and 2017.
China dropped down to number four, following a big increase in the number living in cities.
India, Russia and South Africa are still in the same spot.
In 2016, South Africa had the most cities with an average population of 1.6 million.
The same year, the United States had the third-highest population in the list.
But with the rise of urban areas in the United Kingdom and Australia, the country fell to fifth place.
There are some striking differences between those two countries.
The UK is a very urbanised country, with an area of more than 14.5 million square kilometres.
In contrast, Australia has an area more than 3.5 times the size of England, while the United State has more than five times the area of New Zealand.
Australia and the United Republic of Tanzania are among the few countries in the Americas with more cities than countries.
In New Zealand, the capital Wellington, there are nearly half a million people, compared to about two million people in New York.
In the United Arab Emirates, there is about a quarter the population of New York and more than two times the population in New Zealand as in the UK.
The US remains a global leader in population growth and the highest in the OECD, ranking seventh in terms of population growth.
However, the US has some of the most urbanised areas in terms.
There, the population is almost twice the size in New Orleans, more than four times the number than in London and more like five times that of Los Angeles.
Australia’s urban population grew by 1.5 percent between 2015 and 2016, while New Zealand’s grew by 0.8 percent.
In terms of density, the highest density in Australia was in the Sydney metropolitan area, which has an average density of about 1,600 people per sq.km.
But the densest areas in Australia are in the south, which is home to Sydney’s biggest city, Melbourne.
New Zealand has one of the denser populations in the country, at about 4,600 per sq km.
The world’s top 100 cities are based on population, population density, economic growth, life expectancy and the percentage of residents living below the poverty line.
Each of the 10 countries and five territories has a different ranking system, but these are the top rankings based on total population, the number and density.
The top cities are divided into six groups.
The first group is in China, the second is in Russia, the third is in India, the fourth is in Japan and the fifth is in South Africa.
Australia is ranked fifth in China.
The ranking is based mainly on the percentage growth of the population.
This is the percentage share of the total population that is living below poverty level, which in 2016 was at 9.4 percent.
Australia’s population increased by 4.9 percent between 2016 to 2017, but the number that was living below this level dropped by 1 percent.
Australia was ranked as the highest place in the rankings with a total population of almost 10 million people.
Its population grew in 2017 by 2.4 million, but its per capita income grew by just 1.7 percent.
But South Africa’s population growth was much lower, by 1 percentage point, to 5.2 percent.
The USA is the number one country in terms and in terms per capita, but only because it was the most populous country.
This was because of its huge growth in the 1950s, and the rapid growth of its cities in recent years.
The USA had a population of more then 13.7 million people and its per-capita income was about $45,000 in 2017.
The next most populous countries were Japan, with a population about 4.4 billion, and South Korea, with about 4 billion people.
In the United Nations, the top countries are ranked based on economic growth.
Australia and the US are both among the highest growth countries in terms, with the United states surpassing the United Kingdoms as the world’s fastest-growing country.
The U.S. economy grew by 5.9 per cent in 2017, compared with 2.9 percentage points in Australia.
The next fastest-growth country was Canada, which grew by 2 percentage points to 6.2 per cent.