#1: Iceland. Abortion on demand.
#2: Norway. Abortion on demand until 12 weeks and in hard cases up to 18 weeks.
#3: Finland. Abortion requires the consent of two physicians. Abortion for socioeconomic reasons is prohibited after 12 weeks; the limit is 20 weeks when there are health risks or the mother is younger than 17.
#4: Sweden. Abortion on demand up to 18 weeks.
#5: New Zealand. Abortion requires the consent of two physicians. Legally accepted reasons include health, mental health, fetal disability, and incest. After 20 weeks, only the life of the mother is a legally accepted reason.
#6: Ireland. Abortion is illegal unless the mother's life is at risk.
#7: Denmark. Abortion on demand up to 12 weeks.
#8: Lesotho. Abortion is illegal unless the mother's life is at risk.
#9: The Philippines. Abortion is illegal unless mother's life is at risk.
#10: Switzerland. Abortion on demand in the first trimester; later abortions allowed for medical reasons.
Canada, which has no restrictions at all on abortion, was ranked #20; the United States came in at #19.