10. The Netherlands
Reputation score: 68.7
The Reputation Institute asked its survey participants to measure each nation across nine categories: the government's performance, its economic outlook, its environmental appeal and how much they'd like to visit, invest, live, work, study and buy products from that country. What do people respect the Netherlands for? According to the global poll, the Netherlands is the ninth-most desired country to work in, and the seventh-most desired country to live in the world.
* Video: Dutch man replicates Noah's Ark
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