U.S. News has put out a brand new ranking of the best countries in the world and the U.S. might be staying up late if it's waiting for Professor Farnsworth to burst through the door.
Topping the 2017 edition is Switzerland, though they'll no doubt reserve judgment about the countries below them. That's how nice they are. In second place is Canada, who immediately apologized for being so great and invited your family over for waffles. Rounding out the top five are the United Kingdom, Germany, and Japan.
"Switzerland has low unemployment, a skilled labor force and one of the highest gross domestic products per capita in the world," the rankings wrote of the world's new heavyweight champion.
As for the United States, the survey, which was conducted after the 2016 presidential election, has dropped the world's number one exporter of Tom Cruise movies from fourth to seventh.
Overall there are some significant changes from the 2016 list, even though many countries stayed in the same spot. Notably, the top five was led by Germany, followed by Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Sweden (no. 6 this year). 2016's top country slid "in part because of a string of terrorist attacks and political tension over its decision to admit large numbers of refugees," according to the New York Times.