The Philippines is one of the fast-growing economies in South-East Asia and the Pacific. In this study, eight factors were considered: HEI PRC rate, crime rate, education, employment, health, poverty, income, and basic family amenities of the 17 regions of the country all taken from the year 2012 databases of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) and Open Data Philippines. Principal Component Analysis (PCA) was used to generate the indexes of the six factors and Cluster Analysis (CA) to group the similarities of the regions. The clustering process revealed that ARMM and MIMAROPA regions have clustered independently in two individual clusters, while the rest of the 15 regions have clustered in two groups of 5 and 10. The study revealed that crime, poverty and health mortality rates have generally inverse relationships with HEI PRC percentage performance, employment, education, income and basic housing amenities.