A global survey conducted in 135 countries has revealed that crisis-hit Venezuela has by far the lowest share of inhabitants that feel safe walking alone at night.
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As Statista's Martin Armstrong notes, a mere 12 percent of Venezuelan respondents said that they would feel comfortable at alone at night on the streets of their city or area, a whole 16 points lower than the next worst country, El Salvador with 28 percent.
On the other end of the scale, an impressive 97 percent of Singaporeans said that they feel safe.
Due to security conditions, Gallup were unable to conduct the survey in Syria.