ANSWERS: 31
  • I've never been in the UK, but I think that every country has its positive and negative things. We should appreciate every country for their positive things, and enjoy them
  • Better at what?
  • Brit transplants make America a better choice but what di I know
  • Neither is better.
  • For me it would be UK, simply because all my educational certificates are from UK.
  • Better at what? I will try to answer this on a basic level. I have a friend who married a Brit and she moved from the US to England. She tells me that it is crazy in England - from the cost of living, to the medical system and also about getting a drivers license. Personally, I don't see that there are too many differences - but I have only visited, not lived in the UK.
  • Neither is better .. each has its good and bad points. It just depends upon who you are and what you're looking for.
  • The food in the USA is much better and more diverse.
  • I live in America and have never been to the UK... so I think the UK is better because I have some romanticised vision of how much better life is there. The grass is always greener in someone elses' yard, yah?
  • The truth. Right. Neither. They're different.
  • America...or it was til the beginning of 2009!!! and thats MY honest TRUTH...i still LOVE MY COUNTRY....just not what it is becoming....thatsJustme:)
  • They BOTH have their good. . . .and bad. . . .points! And that's the TRUTH!
  • For what? And now that you have told us to tell the truth do you have faith it will be so?
  • Truthfully? Yes.
  • I was born and raised in the USA; I've never been to the UK. My bf is from the UK, so I know they have excellent men. :-) One being better than the other is a matter of opinion.
  • America is a whole continent, so when you mean the U.S.A. please try saying the U.S.A., because I am american but lucky me, I don't live in the U.S.A. U.K. is the best in this question, because they don't call themselves "Europe" ;)
  • My only personal experience is with America so there is no way I can compare the two fairly. I have friends, good friends, who live on the other side of the pond and I respect them and like them and yes, even love them. I think "better" is always in the eyes of the beholder and unless one holds dual citizenship and has lived in both parts of the world it would be conjecture and not an answer based upon truth. Happy Thursday to you! :)
  • I've lived and worked in both. If you are rich - US. If you are poor - UK.
  • Denmark.
  • Overall, UK, but the US has a few things The UK could do with.. :D
  • I'm an American and I believe that the UK is better. I love the UK and it's people and I think Americans are more arrogant. But maybe that's because the grass if always greener :) But I am a fervent anglophile.
  • Lets see island invaded by viscous mongrels that subsquantly ran around the world trying to subdue all it saw with the help of others that they held there children hostage to perform, or America that keeps fighting for ir freedom from the same insanity that the rest of the world seems to wallow in with glee .. and trust me it bad here too..BUT ... ~Nemo~
  • well in the uk,,90% of this this goverment has linned their own pockets,,,,lots have resigned for coruption,,,,,
  • As an American, I'm partial to the U.S. I think it's safe to say, though, that the U.S. would not be what it is without the U.K. and our historical ties to them. It's my hope that they feel the same way (at least on balance -- the last few years have been dicey).
  • Never been to America..and as I'm from the UK then I have to say UK..don't I!!
  • They both have their qualities. I would never be so arrogant as to tell my British brothers and sisters that we are better then them.
  • I believe both countries are similar more than they're different. However, I have not been to the UK but would love to go one day. It is a dream of mine. I do love America and am proud to be here, and yes I know there are some things that aren't perfect, but nothing ever is.
  • I'm a Brit so would be expected to say the UK! But both countries have good and bad traits we can learn alot from each other:)
  • UK Surely. We started America. ;D
  • I have been to the UK and didn't like it. I haven't been to this US, I will say the America cos I don't like the UK.
  • Never been to America but my heart will always lie in bonnie scotland :)

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