Moroccans feel less and less secure, according to Gallup’s 2019 Law and Order Report. Morocco fell 29 places to finish in 85th position out of 142 countries.
In 2017, Morocco was ranked 56th and 43rd in 2016. In 2018, it declined to 85th, being thus exceeded by Bulgaria (84th) and exceeding Palestine by one place only (86th). The Kingdom has an overall rating of 74 out of 100.
According to the report, Singapore is at the top of the ranking, as it was in 2017, with a score of 97 out of 100. It is followed by Tajikistan, United Arab Emirates, Norway and Switzerland.
In addition, Afghanistan is at the bottom of the rankings with a score of 38 out of 100, after Venezuela and Gabon.
To carry out this report, four questions related to citizen security were asked to 152,000 people in 142 countries. In Morocco, responses from 1,001 people were collected between July 14 and August 3, 2018.
We note that “The Gallup Organization” is an American company that offers a range of research services in the context of management, human resources management, statistics. It is best known for the various surveys it conducts.