The rating was compiled on the basis of a poll of 258,441 residents of 100 largest Russian cities. The respondents were asked to answer the question whether they agree with the statement “I live in a safe area and I am not afraid to go home at night.”
The capital of Chechnya was called the safest city in Russia. Such a high rating was given by residents of Grozny, who participated in a survey of the Domofond.ru portal.
1. Grozny (8.7/10)
2. Sochi (7.5/10)
3. Nizhnevartovsk (7.5/10)
4. Surgut (7.4/10)
5. Armavir (7.3/10)
6. Saransk (7.3/10)
7. Murmansk (7.3/10)
Most of all afraid for their safety are inhabitants of the city of Shakhty of the Rostov area and Volgograd, who rated only 5.6/10 points.
Moscow (6.9/10) and St. Petersburg (6.7/10) took 31st and 42nd places in the “security table.”
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