Singapore tops Gallup’s global Law and Order Index again

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Singapore once again tops the US-based Gallup's Law and Order Index with a score of 97. It has topped the index every year since 2015. 

once again tops the US-based Gallup’s Law and Order Index with a score of 97. It has topped the index every year since 2015.

Turkmenistan ties with in first place. is third with a score of 94. The average is 82. Meanwhile, Hong Kong plunged to 82nd place from its 5th position in 2018 following the violent protests over a now withdrawn extradition bill.  It was excluded from the index in 2019.

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The Law and Order Index is a composite score based on people’s reported in their local police, their feelings of personal safety, and the incidence of theft and assault or mugging in the past year.

Safety and strong rule of law

In countries where residents feel safe walking alone at night, it coincides with the strong rule of law. Gallup says this response was almost universal in where 97% of residents polled said they feel safe walking alone at night.

Nearly 175,000 people aged 15 and older, across 144 countries and areas were polled before the pandemic. The results were based on face-to-face or telephone interviews. For Singapore, 1040 people were polled between July to November last year via face-to-face interview conducted in English and Chinese.

The shows that residents in residents continue to maintain high in the local police force.

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