The need to move due to crime in Latin American and Caribbean countries, 2012

The statistic above provides information on the need to move due to crime in Latin American and Caribbean countries. In 2012, 16.3 percent of the population in Ecuador stated that they considered moving away from the neighborhood due to insecurity and crime. The probability of considering to move away increases when gangs affect the neighborhood, when there is a perception that it is insecure, and when one has been victimized, among other explanatory variables.

Effects of crime: The need to move due to crime in Latin American and Caribbean countries, 2012

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Sources

Release date

June 2014

Region

Central and South America

Survey time period

2012

Supplementary notes

The source provides no data for Suriname.

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