Brazil Has The Best Reputation of All Latin American Countries

FNL reports that the Reputation Institute, which is a consultant firm with offices and associated in 30 countries, reportedly uses a standardized model to estimate the degree to which people trust, admire, respect, and have a good vibe about a place. Brazil’s reputation rating is 57.8 percent.

Larry Birns, who directs the Council of Hemispheric Affairs, said with regards to Brazil: “There were good times and there were bad times, and the good times tended to last longer than the bad times.”

Peru came in second among Latin American countries, with Puerto Rico (thought its technically a “territory”) finishing in third.