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No U.S. city cracks the top 30 on this well-regarded list of the world's best places to live


All American cities but one fell this year based on Mercer's quality-of-life factors

The view from the bell tower of St Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna.

Maybe we do need to make America great — to live in — again.

Global consulting firm Mercer has released its quality-of-living rankings, and, for a 10th year in a row, Vienna took the No. 1 spot. It was followed by Zurich, with Auckland, Munich and Vancouver tying for third place.

The company ranks hundreds of global cities based on a number of factors, including recreation, housing, economy, public services and transport, political and social environment, education, medical and health considerations, and the natural environment.

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