Algeria is the seventh country in the world according to the 2017 rankings of the world’s most secure countries, as determined by the US Gallup survey institute.
With a score of 90 out of 100, Algeria has been ranked among at the top ten countries where people feel safe, according to the Gallup Index Law and Order, which measures personal sense of security as well as personal experiences of crime and law enforcement.
This score allowed leading the ranking in Africa, where Rwanda scored 84 out of 100. Morocco 43rd and Tunisia79th. Libya has been excluded.
Singapore leads the list with an index of 97 out of 100, followed by Uzbekistan, Iceland, Turkmenistan and Norway. Switzerland is in sixth place with the same index score as Algeria.
The survey of the largest and most reliable survey institutes in the United States presents the results of more than 136,000 interviews conducted in 2016 in 135 countries.