New Zealand is the most tolerant nation in the Western world, according to a new study.
The country is also ranked as the best country for gay rights in the entire world, in the LGBT rights index by the non-profit Human Rights Campaign (HRC).
The United States is second in the index, followed by Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.
India is ranked as third in the list, behind only Israel and the United Kingdom.
According to the HRC index, which is based on data from the World Values Survey, the US ranks eighth out of 34 countries, with a score of 0.86.
This is up from last year’s 0.83.
In the first part of the survey, the United States was ranked second, behind Japan.
The HRC index also lists the 10 countries with the lowest number of people in prison for homosexuality.
New Zealand has the lowest population prison population of all countries, at less than 3,500 people.
The United States has the highest incarceration rate of any country, with 1.33 per 100,000 population.
China, which has the most incarcerated gay people, has a prison population that is roughly twice that of the United Republic of Tanzania.
The US is also home to a number of countries with higher than average rates of incarceration for homosexuality: China (4.8 per 100 of a 100,0000 population), Germany (5.4), and the Netherlands (5).
The highest rates of LGBT-related incarceration in the US are in New York City and Baltimore, Maryland.
According the HRC, there are approximately 12.4 million people in US prisons, with an average of 3.6 people in each prison.
A prison is an institution that holds people for a period of time for a crime, usually a felony.