The country we'd move to if we had to leave Australia
We live in the best country in the world, right? But if we had to choose somewhere else, where would it be?
According to the Australia Talks National Survey, it’s not too far away – New Zealand.
When asked which country they’d most like to emigrate to, 28 per cent of respondents opted for New Zealand, followed by Canada ( 15 per cent) and England (eight per cent). Only six per cent were happy to move to the United States.
The land of the long white cloud – and the universal age pension – was the centre of attention after Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s unexpected victory in May when Australian traffic to the Immigration New Zealand website spiked at 10 times its usual levels. It's obviously still popular.
Where would you move if you had to? And why?