Tanzania ranked 77th in 2018 Gallup’s Global Law And Order Report, which measures people’s sense of personal security and their experiences with crime and law enforcement in 142 countries around the globe.
Results are based on telephone and face-to-face interviews with approximately 1,000 adults, aged 15 and older, conducted throughout 2017 in 142 countries and areas.
The countries scoring the best and the worst on the index remained unchanged from 2016.
Scores worldwide ranged from a high of 97 in Singapore to a low of 44 in Venezuela.
Tanzania ranked 77th together with Turkey, Bulgaria, and Belarus, and outperformed all neighboring but Rwanda that ranked 83rd.
Mozambique ranked 71st, Kenya 70th,DRC 66th, Malawi 64th, and Uganda and Zambia 62nd. Burundi was not included in the report.
In Gallup’s previous report of 2017, Tanzania ranked 73rd.
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