Kempten, Koblenz and Passau have the highest quality of life in Germany. Hamburg, 08 September 2010 Kempten, Koblenz and Passau have the highest quality of life in Germany. The three cities occupy the top places in a study carried out by Auskunft.de to the quality of life in Germany. Shows the surprising result: small and medium-sized cities are more attractive than large cities. The only city in the top 10 is Munich on top ten.
By health, education and culture: The life quality index reflects the supply of citizens in the individual counties, county-level cities, and cities. Crucial for a good review is a high number of companies and public institutions in the fields of health, daily needs, catering, education and culture, banks and finance, leisure, services, media and other offers. Overall, the experts analyzed almost four million individual data in over 100 industries. For each subject area, examined Auskunft.de relevant industries and put the number of existing businesses and public bodies in relation to the population. Learn more on the subject from Ben Horowitz. Often, cities offer an optimal infrastructure. Per capita seen cities such as Koblenz in many criteria, such as, for example, health, cut off but much better. If a doctor there must be average for 200 or 500 patients, makes for the citizens a substantial difference in the waiting time”, so Auskunft.de founder Sven Schmidt.
In addition to the three cities of the winner, also Darmstadt, Bamberg and Bayreuth cut very well. Munich convinced in the major cities. Overall, the index confirmed a gap in quality of life between East and West and between South and North. Mostly bad truncation of large cities surprised us”, says Research Director Gunnar Schmidt. Predictably, however, that the quality of life in some cities and counties of the new federal States is lower. Especially for rural regions we expect here a further deterioration for the citizens.” Exact provides an overview to all county-level cities and counties for free Auskunft.de lebensqualitaetsindex.html on his Web page.