ParchesThat list ranks Canada as #2 in personal freedom where misgendering a trans person is punishable hate speech. How does Canada have more personal freedom than the United States? Spain is #16, explain how a country who forcibly removes people from voting booths has more personal freedom than the US.
You can dig deeper into their metrics and their explanation of personal freedom. In many of the countries that rank higher than the USA in personal freedom, a lot of that is based on the country giving its citizens the ability to do more with their lives. An example of that is if people are given more/easier access to health care and education, they are more able to fulfill their personal goals, ambitions, and more easily be the person they want to be. Also, looking at drug legalization, unfettered access to women's health, etc. many of these countries allow their citizens to simply do more with their lives.
Now, I don't think any of them are perfect and I would consider myself a free-speech absolutist so these hate speech laws or Holocaust denial laws are absolutely absurd to me. But one of the things a lot of people should realize is that personal freedom is not in direct connection to how little government you have, which is what a lot of Americans believe. Freedom should always be examined through the lens of how able am I to be the person I want to be, and what impediments are there that may prevent this from happening. The cornerstone of this is being able to do what you want while at the same time not infringing upon other autonomous people in the process. The USA embraces this to an extent for sure, but there are other countries that do a better job at this. Trump's desire to inject religious bigotry into our healthcare, education, and business practices is a huge step in the opposite direction. That healthcare providers could be able to refuse services based on their own individual beliefs is absolutely insane and flies in the face of promoting personal freedom.