Five Least Democratic Countries by Continent

For each continent, name the five least democratic countries.
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy_Index
Data from Economist Intelligence Unit
The highest possible score is ten, and the lowest possible is zero, and only 167 political entities have data.
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Last updated: August 6, 2016
First submittedAugust 6, 2016
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Africa
Chad
1.50
Central African Republic
1.57
Equatorial Guinea
1.77
Guinea-Bissau
1.93
Republic of the Congo
2.11
 
 
Asia
North Korea
1.08
Syria
1.43
Turkmenistan
1.83
Saudi Arabia
1.93
Tajikistan
1.95
Europe
Russia
3.31
Belarus
3.62
Bosnia and Herzegovina
4.83
Ukraine
5.70
Albania
5.91
 
 
North America
Cuba
3.52
Haiti
3.94
Nicaragua
5.26
Honduras
5.84
Guatemala
5.92
Oceania
Fiji
5.69
Papua New Guinea
6.03
Australia
9.01
New Zealand
9.26
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South America
Venezuela
5.00
Bolivia
5.75
Ecuador
5.87
Guyana
6.05
Paraguay
6.33
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Level 74
Aug 5, 2016
Australia and New Zealand are among the least democratic nations in Oceania? Seems remarkably unlikely.
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Level 66
Aug 5, 2016
If more Oceanian countries had data then they would not appear on this quiz, as they happen to be the most democratic countries in the continent.
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Level 64
Aug 6, 2016
Good idea and nicely colored!
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Level 66
Aug 6, 2016
Thanks :)
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Level 62
Mar 19, 2017
Shouldn't Vatican City be on here because it is a Monarchy?
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Level 66
Mar 19, 2017
I think Vatican City would be on here if it had data. Not every country was included in the research, (hence why Australia and New Zealand are on the quiz.)
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Level 71
May 4, 2020
Maybe because it's an absolute monarchy. Just because a country is a monarchy, does not mean it is undemocratic (for example UK).