Want to Know What are the best places to live in 2008? Here is the list of the world best places to live based on the 2008 Mercer Sc0re:

No. 1: Zurich

Switzerland
Mercer score: 108* 2007 rank: No. 1 GDP: $300.9 billion (2007 est.)** Population: 7,581,520 (total country); 347,517 (total city) Life expectancy: 80.74 years

No. 2 (tie): Vienna

Austria
Mercer score: 107.9 2007 rank: No. 3 GDP: $319.7 billion (2007 est.) Population: 8,205,533 (total country); 1,825,287 (total city) Life expectancy: 79.36 years

No. 2 (tie): Geneva

Switzerland
Mercer score: 107.9 2007 rank: No. 2 GDP: $300.9 billion (2007 est.) Population: 7,581,520 (total country); 185,000 (total city) Life expectancy: 80.74 years

No. 4: Vancouver

Canada
Mercer score: 107.6 2007 rank: No. 3 GDP: $1.274 trillion (2007 est.) Population: 33,212,696 (total country); 560,000 (total city) Life expectancy: 81.16 years

No. 5: Auckland

New Zealand
Mercer score: 107.3 2007 rank: No. 5 GDP: $112.6 billion (2007 est.) Population: 4,173,460 (total country); 1.18 million (total city) Life expectancy: 80.24 years

No. 6: Dusseldorf

Germany
Mercer score: 107.2 2007 rank: No. 6 GDP: $2.833 trillion (2007 est.) Population: 82,369,548 (total country); 581,858 (total city) Life expectancy: 79.1 years

No. 7 (tie): Munich

Germany
Mercer score: 107 2007 rank: No. 8 GDP: $2.833 trillion (2007 est.) Population: 82,369,548 (total country); 1,332,650 (total city) Life expectancy: 79.1 years

No. 7 (tie): Frankfurt

Germany
Mercer score: 107 2007 rank: No. 7 GDP: $2.833 trillion (2007 est.) Population: 82,369,548 (total country); 3,700,000 (total city) Life expectancy: 79.1 years

No. 9: Bern

Switzerland
Mercer score: 106.5 2007 rank: No. 9 GDP: $319.7 billion (2007 est.) Population: 8,205,533 (total country); 122,178 (total city) Life expectancy: 79.36 years
No. 10: Sydney
Australia
Mercer score: 106.3 2007 rank: No. 9 GDP: $766.8 billion (2007 est.) Population: 20,600,856 (total country); 4,297,100 (total city) Life expectancy: 80.73 years

No. 11: Copenhagen

Denmark
Mercer score: 106.2 2007 rank: No. 11 GDP: $204.6 billion (2007 est.) Population: 5,484,723 (total country); 1, 086,762 (total city) Life expectancy: 78.13 years

No. 12: Wellington

New Zealand
Mercer score: 105.8 2007 rank: No. 12 GDP: $112.6 billion (2007 est.) Population: 4,173,460 (total country); 370,000 (total city) Life expectancy: 80.24 years

No. 13: Amsterdam

Netherlands
Mercer score: 105.7 2007 rank: No. 13 GDP: $638.9 billion (2007 est.) Population: 16,645,313 (total country); 740,000 (total city) Life expectancy: 79.25 years

No. 14: Brussels

Belgium
Mercer score: 105.4 2007 rank: No. 14 GDP: $378.9 billion (2007 est.) Population: 10,403,951 (total country); 1,067,162 (total city) Life expectancy: 79.07 years

No. 15: Toronto

Canada
Mercer score: 105.3 2007 rank: No. 15 GDP: $1.274 trillion (2007 est.) Population: 33,212,696 (total country); 2,481,494 (total city) Life expectancy: 81.16 years

No. 16: Berlin

Germany
Mercer score: 105 2007 rank: No. 16 GDP: $2.833 trillion (2007 est.) Population: 82,369,548 (total country); 3,405,000 (total city) Life expectancy: 79.1 years

No. 17 (tie): Melbourne

Australia
Mercer score: 104.8 2007 rank: No. 17 GDP: $766.8 billion (2007 est.) Population: 20,600,856 (total country); 3,850,000 (total city) Life expectancy: 80.73 years

No. 17 (tie): Luxembourg

Luxembourg
Mercer score: 104.8 2007 rank: No. 18 GDP: $38.79 billion (2007 est.) Population: 486,006 Life expectancy: 79.18 years

No. 19: Ottawa

Canada
Mercer score: 104.7 2007 rank: No. 18 GDP: $1.274 trillion (2007 est.) Population: 33,212,696 (total country); 774,072 (total city) Life expectancy: 81.16 years

No. 20: Stockholm

Sweden
Mercer score: 104.5 2007 rank: No. 20 GDP: $333.1 billion (2007 est.) Population: 9,045,389 (total country); 794,700 (total city) Life expectancy: 80.74 years

No. 28: Honolulu

U.S.
Mercer score: 103.1 2007 rank: No. 27 GDP: $13.86 trillion (2007 est.) Population: 303,824,646 (total country); 380,000 (total city) Life expectancy: 78.14 years