Toronto ranks high in international study
Toronto is ranked second behind Sydney, Australia, in an annual study, comparing the reputations of 100 cities worldwide, recently issued by the Reputation Institute.
In 2012 Toronto placed 22nd in this same study.
The annual City RepTrak Study surveys more than 22,000 people from the G8 countries and ranks the world’s 100 most reputable cities based on levels of trust, esteem, admiration and respect, as well as perceptions regarding 13 attributes.
The three key dimensions of the study are an advanced economy, appealing environment and effective government.
The study results confirm the links between city reputations and economic outcomes, while also highlighting the key drivers of a good reputation.
Along with Sydney and Toronto, the top five cities include: Stockholm, Sweden; Vienna, Austria; and Venice, Italy.
Toronto is the only Canadian city in the top ten this year.
Toronto was also ranked as the top city to work in, the second most attractive city to live in and the seventh highest ranked city in the invest category.
Toronto regularly ranks high in international and national studies. Visit www.toronto.ca/progress/world_rankings.htm to learn more.
Posted: Dec 4, 2013