Tajikistan Tops the List of World’s Most Secure Countries on Gallup Index

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Gallup’s Law and Order Index 2023 – a report by global analytics firm Gallup — has positioned Tajikistan as world’s most secure country.  

The 2023 report noted that world’s five most secure countries on Gallup’s Index include: 1) Tajikistan – 96; Finland — 92; Iceland – 92; Kuwait – 92; and 5) Luxembourg – 92. 

Scores at the country level in 2022 ranged from a high of 96 in Tajikistan to a low of 49 in Liberia.

Source: Gallup


The 2023 report says the five least secure countries on Gallup’s index include: 1) South Africa – 59; 2) The Republic of the Congo – 58; 3) Sierra Leone – 57; 4) The Gambia – 58; and 5) Liberia – 49.  

While neither Tajikistan nor Liberia have been first or last on the index in the past — Singapore and Afghanistan have typically occupied these two spots — they are frequently among the highest- and lowest-scoring countries from year to year.

Recall, the 2022 report noted that world’s five most secure countries on Gallup’s Index included: 1) Singapore – 96; Tajikistan – – 95; Norway – 93; Switzerland – 92; and 5) Indonesia – 92. 

The 2022 report has positioned Taliban-captured Afghanistan as the least secure country for the third year.

According to the 2022 report, the five least secure countries on Gallup’s index included: 1) Sierra Leone – 59; 2) DR Congo – 58; 3) Venezuela – 55; 4) Gabon – 54; and 5) Afghanistan – 51.

The Law and Order Index measures countries’ progress toward achieving the United Nations’ goal for peaceful, secure societies. 141 countries were reportedly scored in 20223.

Gallup’s 2023 Global Law and Order report reportedly reveals that a new country feels fells the least safe in the world and another country holds the lowest score in the world on the Law and Order Index.

Gallup has published the Global Law and Order report since 2015. 

The Global Law and Order report helps countries measure their progress toward meeting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal focused on peace, justice and strong institutions.

Gallup’s annual Global Law and Order report allows world leaders to compare each country’s progress (including their own) toward reaching the United Nations’ goal of building a more peaceful and secure world.   

Results are based on nationally representative, probability-based samples among the adult populations, aged 15 and older, in 141 countries and territories throughout 2022.

The 2022 results are based on telephone or face-to-face surveys of approximately 1,000 or more respondents.  

For results based on the total sample of national adults, the margin of sampling error ranges from ±2.0 to ±5.5 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. 

Source: Asia Plus