The follow index, from 2011, developed by the Gallup World Poll shows, among 140 countries, which countries are more tolerant to minorities. The report shows that Canada was the most tolerant country regarding average community acceptance of the minority groups. Australia, New Zealand and the United States tended to be relatively tolerant as well. The Nordic countries were dispersed throughout the top half of the OECD. The less tolerant was dominated by southern and eastern European countries and the OECD Asian members.