Instead of collecting a massive volume of statistics, iU.S. News uses people’s perceptions to rank the world’s 78 best countries.
When we look at where the world’s gasoline prices are high and low, we could be surprised with their affordability.
Because of bad weather in parts of Canada and the major U.S. growing states, we could have a potato shortage that creates a French fry crunch.
For another NAFTA example, we can start with the impact of Canadian cranberry production on Nantucket but then continue onward to Wisconsin and beyond.
To grasp the huge size of the U.S. GDP we can identify countries that have similar nominal output to individual states like California and Brazil.