Cities Where Americans Don't Feel Safe: 24/7 Wall St.

04/14/2013 03:31 pm ET
  • Alexander E.M. Hess, Michael B. Sauter and Samuel Weigley Read more: The Cities Where Americans Don’t Feel Safe - 24/7 Wall St. 24/7 Wall St.

According to polling service Gallup, 72% of Americans surveyed in 2012 said they felt safe walking home at night. This is a slight uptick from 2011, when 71% of respondents said they felt safe.

In some cities, far fewer people felt safe at night. In Stockton, Calif., where Americans felt the least safe, less than half of respondents were comfortable outside of their homes after dark. Based on Gallup’s survey, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 10 cities where Americans feel the least safe at night.

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