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What do you think? . “Mr. Obama is hapless in promoting job creation and determined to expand government until the United States resembles Sweden .”. Mitt Romney July 29, 2012. Pop = 9,103,788. Pop = 313,847,465. What do you think? . Bad Good. It DEPENDS!. Standard of Living.

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“Mr. Obama is hapless in promoting job creation and determined to expand government until the United States resembles Sweden.”

Mitt Romney

July 29, 2012


Pop = 9,103,788

Pop = 313,847,465



ItDEPENDS!


Standard of Living

  • GDP Per Capita (PPP): $49,000

  • GDP Growth Rate: 1.7%

  • GDP Per Capita (PPP): $40,900GDP Growth Rate: 4.0%


Income Distribution

  • Gini index: 45 (2005)

  • Gender Wage Gap:20%

  • Gini index: 23 (2005)

  • Gender Wage Gap:15%

*Lower is more equal


Unemployment/Inflation

  • UE Rate: 9.0%

  • Inflation Rate: 3.0%

  • UE Rate: 7.5%

  • Inflation Rate: 2.5%


Taxes

  • Tax Revenues: 15.3% of GDP

  • Tax Revenues: 51.6% of GDP


Budget/Debt

  • Budget Surplus/Deficit: -8.6% of GDP

  • Public Debt: 104.1% of GDP

  • Budget Surplus/Deficit: 0.1% of GDP

  • Public Debt: 38.4% of GDP


Military/Education Spending

  • Military Expenditure: 4.1% of GDP

  • Education Expenditure: 5.5% of GDP

  • Military Expenditure: 1.5% of GDP

  • Education Expenditure: 6.6% of GDP


Education Outcomes

  • Average years school: 12.0

  • Adult literacy rate: 99%

  • Average years school: 11.4

  • Adult literacy rate: 99%


Health Care Spending

  • Health Care Expenditure: 16.2% of GDP

  • 2.7 physicians per 1,000 Pop

  • Health Care Expenditure: 9.9% of GDP

  • 3.6 physicians per 1,000 Pop


Health Status

  • Life expectancy at birth: 78.5 years

  • 6.0 deaths per 1,000 live births

  • Adult Obesity Rate: 33.9%

  • Life Expectancy at Birth: 81.2 years

  • 2.7 deaths per 1,000 live births

  • Adult Obesity Rate: 12.0%



Investment Spending

  • Investment: 12.4% of GDP

  • Global Competitiveness: rank = 5

  • Investment: 18.3% of GDP

  • Global Competitiveness: rank = 3


Oil & CO2 Emissions

  • Oil Consumption: 19.2 million bbl/day

  • CO2 Emissions: 5,762,050 mt(thousands)

  • Oil Consumption: 351,100 bbl/day

  • CO2 Emissions: 48,761 mt(thousands)


Guns

  • Guns per 100 Pop: 88.8

  • Murders with Firearms: 9,369

  • Murders by Youth: 8,226

  • Guns per 100 Pop: 31.6

  • Murders with Firearms: 58

  • Murders by Youth: 16


Jail/Prison

  • # of Prisoners: 2,019,234

  • Prisoners per 100,000 Pop: 715

  • # of Prisoners: 5,920

  • Prisoners per 100,000 Pop: 75


Other Social Indicators

  • Alcohol Traffic Deaths per 100,000 Pop: 10.5

  • Teen Pregnancies per 1,000 Pop: 52.1

  • Alcohol Traffic Deaths per 100,000 Pop: 2.6

  • Teen Pregnancies per 1,000 Pop: 6.5


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