United States passports declined in power - with Arton noting that Turkey and the Central African Republic have revoked their visa-free status for U.S. passport holders since Donald Trump took power.
When it comes to global travel, not all passports are created equal.
Passport Index has become the most popular interactive online tool to display, sort and rank the world's passports.
The passport index ranks the passports of nations and territories by their cross-border access, assigning each passport a "visa-free score".
The power of a US passport has plummeted under President Donald Trump.
This is a "testament of Singapore's inclusive diplomatic relations and effective foreign policy", he added. The score is based on the number of countries the bearer of each passport can visit without a visa, or with one upon arrival.
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The British passport holds some clout, but if you thought it was the most powerful in the world then you are sorely mistaken.
The report showed other countries as follows: Algeria (46); Liberia, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, and Burundi and Cameroon (47) are African countries with a stronger passport than Nigeria.
The annual Global Passport Power Rank for 2017 released by Arton Capital ranked passports according to the number of countries to which holders can travel visa-free. And if you carry a blue passport, guess what?
Thanks to a recent decision by Paraguay to remove visa requirements for passport holders of the Asian city-state, they can now easily visit 159 countries - either without a visa or by obtaining a visa on arrival. Americans now trails 18 countries on the list, including Belgium, Japan, Sweden, and first-place Singapore. Spain and Italy tied for third, with Ireland rounding out the top five.
The vote came after Trump refused to allow visa-free travel to members of five European Union countries: Croatia, Cyprus, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria.