Freedom House – Freedom in the World 2017 Report

Vietnam (below) is ranked as “not free” country, with political rights at 7 (least free), civil Liberties at 5 (close to least free), Freedom rating at 8 (close to least free), aggregate score at 20 (close to least free, 0 being least free and 100 being most free).
Read full report here 

Table of Country Scores

PR = Political Rights
CL = Civil Liberties
CL, PR, Freedom Rating Explanation: 1 = most free and 7 = least free
Aggregate Score Explanation: 0 = least free, 100 = most free
* denotes territories, as opposed to independent countries

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Freedom Status PR CL Freedom Rating Aggregate Score Trend Arrow
United States Free 1 1 1.0 89
Uruguay Free 1 1 1.0 98
Uzbekistan Not Free 7 7 7.0 3
Vanuatu Free 2 2 2.0 80
Venezuela Not Free 6 5 5.5 30
Vietnam Not Free 7 5 6.0 20
West Bank * Not Free 7 5 6.0 28
Western Sahara * Not Free 7 7 7.0 4
Yemen Not Free 7 6 6.5 14
Zambia Partly Free 4 4 4.0 56
Zimbabwe Partly Free 5 5 5.0 32
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Key Findings

  • With populist and nationalist forces making significant gains in democratic states, 2016 marked the 11th consecutive year of decline in global freedom.
  • There were setbacks in political rights, civil liberties, or both, in a number of countries rated “Free” by the report, including Brazil, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Hungary, Poland, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Tunisia, and the United States.
  • Of the 195 countries assessed, 87 (45 percent) were rated Free, 59 (30 percent) Partly Free, and 49 (25 percent) Not Free.
  • The Middle East and North Africa region had the worst ratings in the world in 2016, followed closely by Eurasia.

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