Where is the best place to live?
Based on CPI and crime
This visualization gives an overview of where in the world it is most expensive to live based on consumer price index (CPI), combined with the criminal index of the city. The data is collected from numbeo.com.

A tall bar means that the CPI value is high.
A fat bar means that the Crime value is high.

Therefore cities with low and thin bars are the most safe and cheapest to live.

CPI values goes from 20.95 - 154.82
Crime values goes from 5.65 - 91.07

Click on a city to get more information on that city from numbeo.com

© Simon Benfeldt Jørgensen - December 2014
02560 - Web Graphics - DTU
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