Madrid – This year, Spain ranked 21st on the list of safer countries in the world. This list is created annually by Gallup North America, which surveys and rates 142 countries for safety. Safety is an important element for many international travelers when choosing a vacation destination.
Norway ranks first in the list of 115 countries surveyed with a score of 94 (out of 100). The least safe country at the moment is Venezuela with a score of 53, according to the 2021 Global Law and Order Report from Gallup.
Over 120,000 residents from 115 different countries aged 15 and over were asked about their confidence in local police work, feelings of safety when walking the streets alone at night, and personal experiences with crime over the past 12 months.
The majority of respondents trust the local police (72%) and feel safe walking on the street (71%). 13% of respondents admitted that they had been burgled within the past 12 months and 6% said they had been robbed.
The average in the survey is 82 points out of 100, with a maximum of 94 in the case of Norway and a minimum of 53 in the case of Venezuela.
The list shows that Norway (94) is considered the safest, followed by the United Arab Emirates (93), China (93), Switzerland (93), Finland (92), Iceland (92), Tajikistan (92), Taiwan (91), Slovenia (91) and Austria (91). and Portugal (91).
Holland In twelfth place with 89 points, tied (in terms of points) with Uzbekistan, Denmark, Estonia and Jordan. Spain In 21st place with 87 points, while Belgium He does not do well and has 80 points in 62nd place.
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