Shock Poll: Half of Swedish Women Afraid to go Outside Alone in Some Areas
Guest post by Peter Imanuelsen, more commonly known as PeterSweden
Fresh statistics in from Sweden show that 47% of women in the county of Örebro are afraid of walking outside alone in the evening, this according to Folkhälsomyndigheten, a branch of the government dealing with people’s health.
Almost half of women aged 16-84 say that they have often, or sometimes, avoided going out alone for fear of being assaulted, sexually assaulted, raped or robbed. This is a 6% increase in just five years.
Worth pointing out is that in the county of Örebro there is a notorious no-go area called Vivalla that in 2012 had a migrant population of 75%. Several returning Jihadi terrorist live in the area who are now working and receiving education. Swedish security services SÄPO warns that it has one of the highest concentrations of returning ISIS fighters in Sweden.
Least afraid of walking outside in Sweden are the women in the county of Jämtland-Härjedalen. But even here in the safest region of Sweden, almost 1/4 of women are still afraid of being outside alone in the evening.
This comes after there was a record number of reported rapes in Sweden last year. 7.840 people reported they had been the victim of of rape, an 8% increase from the year before.
According to The Spectator Index, Sweden has the second highest number of rapes in the world per capita, with South Africa coming in at number one.