This data sums taxes with healthcare contributions, private or not, so not surprisingly the US scores high on that measure. But why is Canada so suspiciously low? I mean Canada has less than half (11.5%) of the next (developed) country, which is the UK (26.1%). Is there some artefact in that data, like missing provincial or local taxes for Canada, or something like that?


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