A new index by the US firm Gallup has found that people’s perceptions of personal security and their faith in police has plummeted. Photo: Sam Tsang A new index by the US firm Gallup has found that people’s perceptions of personal security and their faith in police has plummeted. Photo: Sam Tsang
A new index by the US firm Gallup has found that people’s perceptions of personal security and their faith in police has plummeted. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s ranking in global law and order index plunges from fifth place to 82nd on the heels of last year’s unrest

  • The index measures the public’s perceptions of personal security, and their faith in police
  • The rankings are based on a survey conducted last autumn, at the height of the city’s anti-government protest movement

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A new index by the US firm Gallup has found that people’s perceptions of personal security and their faith in police has plummeted. Photo: Sam Tsang A new index by the US firm Gallup has found that people’s perceptions of personal security and their faith in police has plummeted. Photo: Sam Tsang
A new index by the US firm Gallup has found that people’s perceptions of personal security and their faith in police has plummeted. Photo: Sam Tsang
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