|9||United Arab Emirates||77.6||0.0||24||Germany||73.5||-0.7|
If you go to the link, here it is again
and hit a country, you will go to another page that provides many more details.
For instance, the US(many, many more pages than just what's below) had the biggest increase/move up of all the top 25 countries for this years rankings:
"The United States’ economic freedom score is 76.8, making its economy the 12th freest in the 2019 Index. Its overall score has increased by 1.1 points, with significant improvements in scores for tax burden and government integrity far outpacing modest declines in fiscal health, labor freedom, monetary freedom, and trade freedom. The United States is ranked 2nd among 32 countries in the Americas region, and its overall score is above the regional and world averages.
The U.S.’s economic freedom ranking has risen six places, and its overall score in the 2019 Index is the highest recorded since 2011. This improvement reflects the impact of major regulatory and tax reforms on economic growth, investment, and business confidence. In 2018, the unemployment rate fell to its lowest point since 1969. New protectionist policies that have raised tariffs and disrupted established manufacturing supply chains are just beginning to affect consumer prices and investment decisions."