Published On: Sat, Jul 11th, 2020

R to @tanmay314: I’m aware the @TheEIU’s Quality of Life Index is based on Maslow’s Hierarchy, but it uses aggregate metrics (GDP/pop, crime rate etc). Instead, I’d use an exhaustive survey & trust people to be the best judge of their Needs. The data is more useful than the index itself. (5/n)

I’m aware the @TheEIU‘s Quality of Life Index is based on Maslow’s Hierarchy, but it uses aggregate metrics (GDP/pop, crime rate etc).

Instead, I’d use an exhaustive survey & trust people to be the best judge of their Needs.

The data is more useful than the index itself.

(5/n)

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R to @tanmay314: I’m aware the @TheEIU’s Quality of Life Index is based on Maslow’s Hierarchy, but it uses aggregate metrics (GDP/pop, crime rate etc). Instead, I’d use an exhaustive survey & trust people to be the best judge of their Needs. The data is more useful than the index itself. (5/n)