Wednesday, 16 March, the Central Bureau of statistics published a report on the quality of life in Israel.
According to the report, 37% of Israeli women are afraid to walk alone in the dark including near his home. Among men, the figure is 16%.
Among the Arabs are afraid to walk alone 17%, and among the Jews 28%. People aged 65 and over fear is stronger than younger Israelis.
According to the CSB, the most secure are the residents of Rishon LeZion, 78% of them stated that they feel security in the city. At the same time, in Ashdod, Jerusalem, Petah Tikva and Haifa-third of the residents are afraid to walk late at night through the streets.
According to CBS, starting in 2011, dramatically increased the number of women who had experienced sexual harassment. In 2014 6.8% of women aged 20-35 years, and 1.4% of women over the age of 35 years were subjected to sexual Donatella. 1.2% of men aged 20-34 years were victims of sexual harassment.
Report data suggests that men are more likely to be victims of homicide than women. Murders are more often made in the Arab sector than in the Hebrew.
In 2013, 86% of Israelis said that they are satisfied or very satisfied with their lives. The Jews often expressed the satisfaction with life than the Arabs, and young people more than old. Among men and women of equal practical performance.
50% of Israelis aged over 20 years are convinced that their life will be better in the future. The report says that in Iceland the figure is 87%, and in Slovakia 24%.