Saturday, 16 Feb 2019

Indonesia beat Australia in a survey of the safest countries in the world


IndonesiaIndonesia -  As a global survey agency, Gallup conducted a survey to measure citizens' trust in security and law enforcement in a number of countries.

In the report of Gallup's Law and Order Report 2018 it is known that Indonesians feel safe living in their country and believe in the strength of police and law enforcers.

And Indonesia was in 9th place with an index score of 89,  Switzerland and Canada which are in position 7 and 8.

And Singapore became the safest country according to its citizens by being ranked first with a score of 97.  Norway, Iceland, Finland are ranked 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively. 

While Australia is ranked fifty with an index score of 82 and share a place with a number of other countries, such as Israel, Bangladesh, Philippines, South Korea, and Iran.

The Gallup Institute says it sees a strong connection between respondents' answers about security from their own experience with law enforcement efforts. 

This relationship illustrates how the high crime rates can threaten unity and adversely affect the economy of the country.

Five countries in Latin America and four other countries in sub-Saharan Africa still show discomfort for residents to walk alone at night.

The ranking was conducted in 142 countries with telephone interviews to 1,000 residents in each country over the age of 15.





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