Top 10 Countries With the LOWEST CRIME RATES


10 Countries With the Lowest Crime Rates Wars in the Middle East and eastern Europe. Terror on the streets of North America. Riots, violence, spiraling murder rates…
sometimes, it can feel like the planet is going crazy. Confronted with all this mayhem, many of us
want nothing more than to run and hide our families away somewhere where they can be
safe. But where could you possibly go to escape
the nonstop horror that is the modern world? We’re glad you asked. Every year, the non-partisan, London-based
Legatum Institute releases its global prosperity rankings. Alongside other metrics like GDP and democracy,
they rank every country on Earth according to how safe it is. The results give a fascinating guide to where
on the planet you are least likely to be hurt, robbed, raped, or murdered. Wanna escape the horror of the daily news
cycle? You’ve come to the right place… (NOTE: to keep things fair, we’re gonna
be ignoring non-recognized states and micronations, as otherwise Vatican City would be #1 every
single darn time) 10. Sweden Forget the gloomy, rain-soaked Scandi crime
dramas. Northern Europe’s liberal bastion Sweden
is one of the safest countries on the planet. In 2015 (the last year the US Department of
State holds records for), there were a mere 90 murders in a population of nearly 10 million. If you’re thinking that’s still a lot
for a tiny number of citizens, remember that Sweden has as many people living in it as
Michigan. In any given year, Detroit alone records waaay
more than 90 murders. To be fair, Sweden isn’t totally crime free. In the tourist months, pickpocketing rates
soar. There’s also the thorny matter of rape. Sweden has the highest rape rate in the whole
of Europe, which certainly doesn’t sound very safe… until you realize the sheer differences
between what constitutes rape in Sweden and what constitutes rape in the USA. To take an example given in the Globe and
Mail, if your American boss was to rub himself against you at work every day for a week,
you could probably sue the jerk for harassment. If he did exactly the same thing in Sweden,
he’d face 52 separate counts of rape. Since 2005, Swedish rape law has been the
most-feminist in the world. Perhaps it’s no wonder only 15% of Swedes
feel unsafe walking alone at night. 9. Austria This tiny European nation of beer and sausages
was once home to one of history’s great empires. The Habsburgs ruled huge swathes of the world
from their base here, with various members in charge of everywhere from modern Germany,
to Spain, Mexico, Peru, and Bosnia. Although the dynasty collapsed following WWI,
their imperial capital of Vienna is still one of the world’s great cities. As a bonus, it’s shockingly safe to visit,
too. From a population only a million or so smaller
than Sweden, Austria clocks around maybe 40 murders on an average year. Its homicide rate is the 6th lowest in the
entire 38-country OECD. That’s not to say Austria is entirely problem
free, of course. Following the 2015 migrant crisis, the country
briefly became a popular human trafficking route, culminating in the tragic death of
70 migrants in a truck abandoned on the country’s roads. The following year, in a perhaps not unrelated
event, the public came within a whisker of electing Europe’s first openly far-right
head of state since WWII. Despite this, though, Austria remains a largely-friendly,
beautiful place where you’re unlikely to meet a sticky end. Plus, it’s got some seriously nice landscapes
for you to get drunk in. 8. Switzerland The first thing you notice about Switzerland,
when you get over all the awe-inspiring natural beauty, is that the country is absolutely
awash with guns. The Swiss love guns like Texans love… well. Guns. The country has one of the highest firearm
ownership rates in the world, only a few places behind the USA. But while the US is infamous for shootings,
crime in Switzerland is incredibly low. In 2014 (the last year we have data for),
there were only 41 murders in a population of 8 million. Part of this may be to do with just how crazy
rich the nation is. Switzerland has the 12th highest GDP per capita,
and is one of only two countries in the top 14 with a population over 5 million. The towns fairly reek of prosperity. Forget streets paved with gold. In Switzerland, people’s wallets are practically
lined with Platinum. However, all this prosperity has come with
something of an ethical price. In WWII, the country’s national bank profited
handsomely from handling stolen Nazi gold. In the years since, the country’s secretive
banking industry has been accused of hiding cash for everyone from money launderers to
Pablo freakin’ Escobar. 7. Germany Germany has the highest population in the
whole of the EU, with nearly 15 million more citizens than either of its nearest rivals
(France and the UK). On top of that, the country recently absorbed
more than one million refugees from Syria and other warzones. Yet despite all this, nearly every single
category of crime has been falling steadily since reunification in the 1990s. The only crime that’s skyrocketed in recent
years? Shoplifting. Overall, the country has the 9th lowest homicide
rate in the OECD, meaning you’re only slightly more likely to get murdered in big, bustling
Germany than you are in teeny tiny Austria. Obviously, the raw numbers are higher, but
c’mon, dude. 2,100 murders in a population of 80 million
is still pretty good, especially when you consider the US (pop. 318 million) has recorded over fifteen thousand
in recent years. Of course, life in Germany isn’t all lederhosen
and walking home at night in perfect safety. As the 2016 truck attack on a Berlin Christmas
market showed, Germany is sadly not free of the ills that are currently bedeviling other
Western nations. 6. Norway The population of Norway is an astonishingly-tiny
5 million. Know how many of these five million modern-day
Vikings were murdered in 2015? Twenty one. If Norway was a US state, it would have the
lowest murder rate, and the 3rd lowest number of overall murders in the whole of America. Only sparsely-populated Vermont (pop. 626,000) and New Hampshire (pop. 1.3 million) would have fewer stiffs clogging
up police freezers. About the only crime in Norway that is statistically-likely
to have any impact on newcomers is burglary. Not that Norway is completely trouble free. It’s still fewer than six years since far-right
terrorist Anders Breivik detonated a car bomb in Oslo, then went on a shooting rampage,
killing 77. While it’s unlikely there’s another Breivik
out there, people, especially Oslo residents, are still traumatized by the incident. Still, the 2011 tragedy aside, Norway remains
one of the coolest, most-attractive, most-hassle free countries in the world. Ignore those who accuse the Scandi nation
of being boring. Rich, prosperous Norway is the country other
northern European countries secretly want to be (albeit with more daylight and beer
that doesn’t cost $10 a pop). 5. Denmark We dunno about you, but if we lived in a place
where a single beer cost upwards of seven bucks, we’d probably be more inclined to
angry outbursts. But what do we know? Demark is so safe that even residents of Norway
probably feel they can relax there. The murder rate is the 5th lowest in the entire
OECD. Street crime is almost unheard of. Even the drug traffickers who ship heroin
through the country frequently eschew violence (at least, on Danish soil). Interestingly, despite all this, Denmark is
seen as being a prime target for al-Qaeda and ISIS, who have called on followers to
attack the nation. However, no mass-casualty Islamist terror
attack has yet taken place, leading to global praise for Denmark’s intelligence services
and anti-extremism units. Even ignoring safety and crime rates, Denmark
should be high on your list to escape to if life ever gets too much. Home to the happiest capital city in the world,
Copenhagen, and possibly the world’s only autonomous republic run by hippies, Denmark
is nothing if not absurdly cool. 4. Iceland In January 2017, a young woman in Iceland’s
capital Reykjavik was tragically abducted and murdered while walking home from a bar. While this grim story would probably end there
in any other nation, in Iceland it resulted in a public outpouring of grief unmatched
in modern times. Vigils were held by candlelight. Tens of thousands marched on the streets. The entire population came together to mark
this senseless death. In doing so, they showed the world why Iceland
remains one of the safest nations. The people there really, truly, deeply care
about one another. With a population of only 323,000, Iceland
is one of the remotest, least-populated countries out there. But while remoteness often breeds violence,
in Iceland the opposite has happened. There are no armed police patrolling the streets,
yet violence, even in rural backwaters, is practically unheard of. The cliché of people still leaving their
doors unlocked at night is true. A year with more than one murder is a bad
year indeed. Much of this is to do with how integrated
the population is. Everyone essentially knows everyone, which
may be why the recent death struck home so hard. Iceland is safe not because it’s relatively
rich, but because its inhabitants have chosen to make it so. 3. Japan Well, look at that. A non-European country for once. An island nation of 127 million, Japan is
notorious for its meme-ready weirdness, its ultra-strict work culture, and for being so
safe even its Yakuza gangsters refuse to carry guns. The murder rate is the third lowest in the
OECD, with fewer than one thousand homicides in 2015. In that same time period, the US – a country
with a population less than three times the size of Japan’s – recorded fifteen times
that many. It’s fair to say Japan is a very safe country
indeed. And it just keeps on getting safer. 2015 saw the lowest rate for every single
type of crime since 1945. Tokyo is ranked as the safest city in the
world. Osaka is ranked as the 3rd safest. Given that Greater Tokyo is the second largest
urban habitation on the planet (only China’s Pearl River Delta is bigger), that’s one
heck of an accolade. Before you rush to pack your bags, though,
it’s worth pointing out that Tokyo is also one of the world’s most dangerous cities. Yeah, we know, confusing. But hear us out: there’s safety from other
human beings, and then there’s safety from Mother Nature. And in that second category, Japan in general
falls way down. Frequently hit by earthquakes and tsunamis
that kill thousands, Japan can sometimes feel like Mother Nature’s unfortunate, anime-obsessed,
whipping boy. 2. Luxembourg Jammed between France, Germany and Belgium,
super-rich Luxembourg is one of Europe’s smallest nations. How small? So small it makes Holland look big by comparison. Rhode Island is bigger. But Luxembourg has something the Netherlands
and Rhode Island lack. No, not the European Court of Justice. No, not an ‘X’ in its name (seriously,
dude, that’s a terrible guess). No, Luxembourg has something far more awesome. It has the lowest violent crime rate, and
the second lowest murder rate in the whole of the OECD. Violent crime essentially doesn’t exist
here. There were a handful of armed robberies in
2015. Aside from that, nothing. Even with a population of only 543,202, that’s
still impressive. Kansas City has a population around 100,000
smaller, and saw over 125 murders in 2016. Luxembourg saw almost none. The reason for all this may be due to the
high standards of living and extremely low poverty rates in the nation. Luxembourg has the 6th highest GDP per capita,
and consistently ranks high on quality of life listings. Interestingly, though, the country isn’t
totally free from troubles. There are currently six whole Luxembourgers
fighting with ISIS in Syria. 1. Singapore This is it. The safest country on Earth. Tiny Singapore is home to 5.3 million people
crammed into an area almost four times smaller than Rhode Island (pop. 1 million). With such an insane level of overcrowding,
you might expect things to quickly spiral into violence and resentment. Not so. In 2011, a mere 16 people were murdered. In 2015 & 2016, all forms of violent crime
and thefts hit either 10 or 20 year lows. The only crimes that are currently increasing
are cybercrimes, which may be unpleasant, but at least aren’t going to end with you
lying in a pool of your own blood and vomit. As an added bonus, Singapore completely lacks
the natural disasters endemic to Japan. It’s clean and livable, with even stuff
like spitting gum being punishable with enormous fines. However, all this security has come at something
of a cost. In Singapore, the government is in charge,
and you better believe they value safety over freedom. The country ranks 75th on the Economist Intelligence
Unit’s respected democracy index, behind Colombia, Serbia, Hungary and Brazil, to name
a few, and only 10 places ahead of Honduras (the US ranks 20th, before you ask). In this tiny little Asian nation, security
definitely comes with a price tag. Whether or not it’s worth the cost is something
only you can decide.

100 comments on “Top 10 Countries With the LOWEST CRIME RATES”

  1. The Tree Keeper says:

    India is pretty safe.

  2. moztek says:

    In short :
    10. Sweden
    9. Austria
    8. Switzerland
    7. Germany
    6. Norway
    5. Denmark
    4. Iceland
    3. Japan
    2. Luxemburg
    1. Singapore

    Please give a like .

  3. Iroquois Plissken says:

    Most of America is boringly safe, it just looks bad when you include Chicago.

  4. bjorn de vlieger says:

    Germany isn't safe the refugees give it a high crime rate…..

  5. Keith says:

    If you want the "Non Meth" version put the speed at .75×

  6. F TP says:

    Poland didn't make London's "non-partisan" list. Not surprised

  7. baerleon says:

    You mentioned safe places to hide your family. I would recommend you consider proximity to population centers and trajectories of nuclear weapons.

  8. SirMai says:

    actually the figures I found told me, that the murder rate in Germany is currently about half of what is told in this video.

  9. MadakiNomaroishi says:

    USA would have 0 crime rate if it wasn't next to Mexico 👌

  10. baikai seal says:

    This video did not age well for Germany and Sweden

  11. Redneck322 says:

    “The Vatican would be number one.” Sexual assault and pedophilia is a crime.

  12. ASHLEY GACHERU says:

    This guy looks like the guy from "My cat from hell “

  13. BOSCO VALAN says:

    Anyone here please tell me what are the countries that has English as official language in the list.

  14. Ruben Thomas says:

    Why does No.1 not surprise me… because Singapore is AWESOME.

  15. bleh says:

    >Sweden

    credibility right out the window

  16. Don Clabaugh says:

    What are the safest countries for Americans to move to and live in do this stuff please

  17. Carlo Gambino says:

    Cuba

  18. Peter Downey says:

    Japan's low crime rate can be attributed to three reasons:
    – It has a largely honour-based society, and there is a significant level of dishonour that comes with having been sent to prison
    – Income equality is higher than in countries such as the United States and Russia, so fewer people will turn to crime to try to make ends meet
    – The police treat everyone with respect, so relations between the public and the police will be better than in the United States, Mexico or Brazil.

  19. Narit Thapanadilok says:

    I was robbed for my parents gold chain in safest neighborhood in Manchester, MO by Middle Eastern Gang that travel in Black Color Ford or Chrysler with fake family member from Syria, India, asking for direction and pretend not to understand want me to come near the window the women grape me and pull my gold neck let. I reported to the police that 75 feet away but no one seem to care. I had writness but no one want to do anything

  20. Stefanita Alexandru says:

    No muslims countries in top 10 ? The religion of peace? Shocking ,shocking very shocking .Wait ,now they invaded the top 10 ,and most of these countries are not safe anymore ,coincidence? Hotel Trivago!

  21. Sahel On YT says:

    what about dubai I live there … so less crimes

  22. De Teiche says:

    Tahniah Singapura. Semoga sukses selalu salam dari Malaysia

  23. Walker Smith says:

    WEHZ MY BLYAC PIPL AT? KNOMSAAYN?

  24. hentai is good for your health says:

    im norwegian and sweden shouldnt be there its not that safe

  25. KIM MOSEH says:

    WOW! I love your work

  26. Anisa Mazaki says:

    Your analysis on Switzerland is wrong. The reason why they're able to carry guns, is cuz they have very strict laws and regulations for buying, owning and carrying one – especially out in public. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah actually covered this. Go have a look for yourself.

  27. Lou Tanyi says:

    Ha ha ha Sweden you got to be joking

  28. wiseguy436 says:

    Fun Fact if America didn't have the African America population We would have the lowest crime rate in the world. Black mend between the ages of 13 and 62 account for less than 3% of the America population and yet this same group account for almost 60% of all violent crime according to the DOJ and The FBI under the Obama administration that reported in January 2017

  29. toasted chilly says:

    Sweden…has alot of sex crimes including sex trafficking..sucks since its run by all women…

  30. princess orange says:

    Ummmmm, Sweden is a country not known for having many people with melanin so I found it interesting when talking about the high rate of pickpockets Top Tenz chose to use a photo with a brown hand lifting a wallet.

  31. TubeDisabuser says:

    Misleading title: the metric being used is "street crime" or "violent crime".
    Fraud, embezzlement and other white-collar crime are counted in this story.

  32. Austria Giancarlo says:

    Simon what a racist image you portrayed showing a Black pickpocket presumably dipping a White persons wallet. Be careful lest you perpetrate a HORRIBLE stereotype. I am Black, middle aged and live in downtown Santa Monica, CA. Believe it, there are bigoted idiots who come to MY city and do the "wallet pat" whenever they walk past ME. I am comfortable. Unless they are carrying their safe deposit box keys or any offshore banking info, they can KEEP their maxed out plastic, 30-40 bucks and pictures of their ugly kids. I'm very disappointed that you'd use such a stereotypically racist image. White people pickpocket too.

  33. ThewayICit says:

    Americans would rather have high crime and poor health than to allow liberals and socialists to run the country.

  34. Eric Partnoy says:

    The United States would rank #4 if it was not for a certain group of people whom make up a mere 13 percent of our population..

  35. Cody McElroy says:

    Lol. Austria: “It’s stupid safe. Also, there’s been a slight crime spike. Also, that happened when Middle East refugees came. Also, and this one is totally unrelated I’m sure, but they elected a non-leftists. Also, the non-leftist hasn’t killed anyone.”

  36. Cody McElroy says:

    So Switzerland has so many guns but equally little gun violence and the reason is (1) homogeneity in culture and 2)) a strong economy?

  37. Shinku Kirito Ichika says:

    These countries are sure to put the US societies to shame. Crime is rampant, even glorified in movies and video games. Such cases aren't that much true in these countries. Tell me who would want to live in cities with so much crime violence like those in GTA? Not saying it's a bad game, but at least think about it.

  38. PeiShi Lee says:

    I guess its worth the cost. Without safety where comes freedom?

  39. Tarocalypse says:

    Love the little injections of humour!

  40. Tarocalypse says:

    Left my wallet/passport on the back seat of a taxi in Singapore. Called taxi company. I was unable to identify the offender but he knew who he was as I shouted as he drove away and he could have been traced. Hailed another taxi. I explained I had to be at Changi ASAP. My backpack is deposited in a shop on Orchard Rd. Could the driver drop me there, wait, then run me to Changi. I MIGHT have some reserve cash in my backpack. I need also to report to police at Changi. TLDR: driver deposited me at Changi with a smile. He believed me! I had only ten lousy dollars to pay him. He smiled. I suspect he wanted nothing to do with that "police report" drama. Actually, passport replacement and the urgent need to catch my flight was so pressing I never reported it. I feel the driver would have been in big trouble.

  41. Sean says:

    The only frequent crime happening at night in Singapore are people smoking in non smoking zones.

  42. ulazygit says:

    Where is New Zealand? We have the second lowest Global Peace index score in the world.

    And Canada?

  43. Rocket Number 9 says:

    Discounting Vatican City right off isn’t fair. You might not get stabbed, shot or burgled but rapes per capita?

  44. Scott Walsh says:

    Why is Canada not on this list? LOL

  45. Nine Ball says:

    I'd love to go to Norway!

  46. North Africanian says:

    He forgot saudi Arabia. Safe country

  47. Studio of Jay Jay says:

    I have another one; Lichtenstein.

  48. Darlin' Dead says:

    Japan also has a sky high sexual assault problem.

  49. Mentor says:

    I got drunk in Singapore and slept on the street. Next day mine watch is intact and wallet is gone. Few days later my wallet is in my mailbox. Everything intact. I was really surprised.

  50. ni倪ian瑜渊 says:

    oh yeah we(Singapore) just fined a guy over $200USD for flicking 2 rubberbands onto the streets. . Totally worth it in the name of security ¯_(ツ)_/¯

  51. _ P 3 N_- says:

    Mongolia??????????

  52. David Kugel says:

    I read an article by a chief of police in a middle size Swedish city. He said that 20 years ago that he and his fellow officers literally had to look for things to do because there was literally no crime. Since so many immigrants have come to live in his city he is very busy with drugs, rapes, murders and armed robberies. He liked it better 20 years ago.

  53. Michael Loach says:

    The Vatican city would be first each time? Ask the choirboys!

  54. mille gaming says:

    Hahaha Sweden was first

    Like if u are a swede

  55. Ummu kulthum Rasheed says:

    Islam condemns terrorist. So don't connect it with it. When a Christian commits a terrorist attack, he will be described by his name, but someone with a Muslim name, who might not even be a Muslim, commits the same crime, then it will be classified with Islam. Is it fair?

  56. Baraqua Amina Levy Belle Khan says:

    I'm just here to see if any #Muslim countries like #SaudiArabia are on the list because #sharialaw does a great job of keeping people in check. 💯😂😎 #checkmate ✌️🏽✌️🏻

  57. Angie Fernandez says:

    Europe got majorly screwed with all those Muslims they let in!!!!

  58. BossNaj Alchary says:

    goes to Singapore to commit a mass murder :))

  59. Jim Harris says:

    RE: USA Crime Rate (and gun ownership) – the majority of violent crimes occur in urban areas with strict gun control laws, while the rural areas with relaxed gun control are much lower crime rates.

  60. Rebecca pineapple says:

    Where does Australia come in ?

  61. BiteSize says:

    Singapore has made it so far and tops yet another list. The fact that the small city state has high surveillance is both unnerving and assuring at the same time. Many people commonly comment on how safe it is here in Singapore and they are right, you can stay up all night alone (regardless of gender).

  62. Mary Kelly says:

    Singapore's strange laws would keep me from visiting! Japan, Iceland and Luxembourg I would love to visit if I could!

  63. Javier Yeo says:

    I rather be safe than sorry
    Go singapore:)

  64. ツNotDeKu says:

    stop targeting the middle e ast and classifying them as terrorists, 99 percent of Muslims are the best, warming, hospitable people you will ever meet, trust me go make friends with a Muslim and you will be actually brother and sister

  65. havedrill1 says:

    From what I gathered, what these countries all have in common is low poverty, high standards of living, the belief they are all in this together and not about the individual and strong social programs for its citizens regardless of ethnicity or income. This would never work in the U.S. our beliefs are it’s about me and anyone that look like me, Guns…the more the better, and greed, we admire and worship wealthy people. Money and guns are our Gods.🙄🙄😥

  66. Charles Martel says:

    There's a lot to be said for a homogeneous population. The countries like Iceland and Japan are made of single peoples with common goals. When the muslims are let into European countries, the crime goes up, and it will continue to increase as they get "comfortable" there. In the US we have large minorities, some actively hostile and mentally incapable of anything but destruction and violence. If you remove, by examining the separate statistics, the gangs and those in possession of firearms illegally, the violent crime rate becomes vanishingly small.

  67. Yogamannn says:

    Finland is a safe place too its probably safer than Sweden and earthquake tsunami ridden japan

  68. Life Of Ra says:

    I like how a black hand was used to show theft smfh

  69. Ken Hudson says:

    American far-right: "Get rid of big government! Stop spreading socialism! Freedom from bureaucracy and regimentation!" [People of different ethnicity and language start moving in. Far right thugs attack them.] American far right: "Crime rates are up! Street violence must be stopped! Raise taxes to pay for more police! Raise taxes to pay for stricter immigration controls! Raise taxes to send more troops to bomb more non-white countries!"

  70. Stuart Alexander says:

    Simon, I always enjoy your videos VERY much……but something important needs to be pointed out here in your stats and comments regarding the USA's violent crime rate. As a native born American, 63 years old, and as one who has lived all over this great country…..the image of the whole of the USA as "the wild west" with a murder on every street corner is ridiculous beyond measure. Let me take, oh, 6 cities off the map and our national crime stats drop through the floor. That's a fact……also a fact that every one of the most violent cities have been run forever by liberal Democrats, but I digress. Also note that many countries on your list have, shall we say, more homogeneous populations than we have here in the States. Rampant violent crime simply isn't found in predominantly white areas, my friend. The overwhelming majority of gun-related violence in the USA is black-on-black crime in horrible neighborhoods in the aforementioned cities, usually gang/drug related. That is just fact. Americans are some of the warmest, kindest, friendliest, and most generous people on planet Earth. I feel very, very safe in this country no matter where I go (and in my job I travel a LOT).

  71. Ricardo Wild says:

    What's about suicide?

  72. David Jones says:

    This list seems racist

  73. Charmaine Eng says:

    I think the word "freedom" is not well defined (for the record, Singaporean here). It's definitely more complex than you can squeeze in a top tens list or view with a western perspective. Yes, there are certain things that would make many people protest… for example, you can't protest without a permit… and things like graffiti are considered vandalism so yup, need permission to do that too. (That being said, I don't feel that there are major things I would want to protest over most of the time so it doesn't bother me.) However, by and large I don't personally feel that my personal freedoms are limited in the same way one might think – we just do things differently. Singaporeans have a very powerful passport, the country is wealthy, and yes, it is safe. We are one of the few countries in South East Asia where you can drink the tap water. No, it isn't perfect. We are stuck in many areas just like every other country has their own problems. We don't have swathes of land or pristine beaches (many of them are reclaimed so – manmade beaches with pollution from the shipping lanes that made us wealthy). We don't have natural resources so have to be careful with things like water and land. The education system can be extremely punishing – but then that's partly a thing of our own making and not a unique problem. The cost of living here and cost of housing and car ownership is very expensive – but these are natural consequences for a developed country with little land and constant worries about congestion. So it's really all in how you look at it. Me, I'm thankful that I can go home at 4am if I want to and not worry that the taxi isn't safe, or that kids can take the bus by themselves.

  74. Linda Gray says:

    FFS!!! The USA seems to be the most dangerous country to live in. Pool the murders from every state and it’s no wonder everyone owns firearms. Here, in Scotland, it’s not 100% safe by any means but I’m unlikely to be murdered on my way home from a night out 🤷🏻‍♀️

  75. John Smith says:

    Singapore's crime rate is so low they have to consider spitting as crime

  76. Brit & Patrick & Son Haven & Mullen & Mullen says:

    The Vatican City would be first every time? What about the pedophilia there?

  77. Brit & Patrick & Son Haven & Mullen & Mullen says:

    They hired a human!!!! 😍 They heard us out!!! I am subscribed again!!! 😊

  78. Brit & Patrick & Son Haven & Mullen & Mullen says:

    I'll pass Sweden, I think…

  79. peter camera says:

    I am not surprised that the Netherlands are not on the list of ten safest countries. The Netherland became a narco state with high rates of crimes and murder. Many liquidations. The Police is in crise as is said by Akkerman the upper leader of the Police. The Police does not work quite well anymore. I do not feel safe anymore after discovering corruption. So thanks for your information about where I can go to…

  80. faddiegirl says:

    Don’t know about Germany

  81. faddiegirl says:

    Proof you can get drunk and stay safe America should listen

  82. • azuri kogahona • says:

    I knew I choose the right country to migrate when I'm older.

    It could be either Germany or Japan.

  83. Jose Segarra Marques says:

    You forgot Portugal.

  84. Robert Robrahn says:

    The United States needs to find out what these country's governments are doing and get a clue from them. I live in Santa Fe, New Mexico where I've always felt relatively safe but ever since #45 took office, the crime has increased severely. America sucks in its gun laws and in its uncanny ability to romanticize gangs, drug lords, and violence.

  85. Dana Larson says:

    Funny….most of these places have socialist governments…funny how that works eh?

  86. pirko101 says:

    I have my doubts about this list. I've lived in Germany and I never felt safe walking home at night unlike in few countries on Balkans.

  87. Aaron L Buchanan says:

    I like your content, but you talk WAY too fast.

  88. M K says:

    All that countries= no black and Hispanic

  89. Green Metro says:

    Babish lol

  90. ⟨⟨GachaCookieNeko⟩⟩ :3 says:

    i am from poland lol

  91. Buck Naked says:

    I seriously doubt Germany and Sweden are still in the top ten safest countries… the countries are now full of rapey muslim migrants.

  92. Woman Today says:

    Luxembourg and Switzerland are damn expensive, when I visited Switzerland I hardly afforded to eat some sandwiches there. Sadly western and central Europe are hunted by islamic terrorists and people might feel afraid to visit them when they hear that an attack took place even if crime rate is much inferior of that in their country of origin.

  93. Richard Miller says:

    80% historically white homogeneous societies.

  94. Denis Daly says:

    If you look at the research, the most unequal the country, the more crime. Tell me the inequality levels, and I will tell you the crime rates. Added to this is the evidence that crime is higher in hotter countries.

  95. wim van meirvenne says:

    Your very wrong about Sweden.
    Es like my country Belgiumstan near Hollandistan in Eurabia.
    Ower city's r unrecognizable and being controlled by extreme violent Muslim gangs that rule the streets with no mercy and unspeakable horrors and cruelty for all to see and experience on a daily basis. It seems that wherever you in the world today it's always the same nightmare!
    In Sweden and the other Scandinavian countries, the world most pure evil, bloodthirsty and most cruel fanatic fascism of all time is rising very very very fast called the deathcult of Islam.
    Worse is the billions dollars and euro's spend of left fascist socialist mainstream propaganda in the attempting to keep the public stupid and ignorant.

  96. sassulusmagnus says:

    Surprised that Canada is not on the list. Very safe.

  97. Sandernista says:

    Surprise surprise, there are no muslim countries on the list

  98. Taehyunggie says:

    Really? Germany? This list has no credibility whatsoever, lmao.

  99. Mhamd Nassr says:

    40 murder a year in my country jordan with 10 million citizin

  100. Liberty Katz says:

    Sweden has turned into a crime-ridden Islamic state.

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