In response to WalletHub, Cleveland ranks 162 out of 182 cities of their 2020 ‘Most secure Cities in America’ examine.
CLEVELAND — 2020 has been a yr the place fears and considerations have turn out to be very actual in our world resulting from COVID-19. A current Gallup ballot discovered that 49% of Individuals are “very” or “considerably” frightened about getting coronavirus, although that quantity has been as excessive as 59% in current months.
Whereas COVID-19 has dominated the information this yr, we as Individuals nonetheless produce other risks to fret about, from mass shootings to riots to visitors accidents. With that in thoughts, WalletHub has put collectively its record of the most secure cities in America for this yr.
Sadly, the numbers present that Cleveland nonetheless has work to do to make its residents really feel protected.
Out of 182 cities in WalletHub’s examine, Cleveland got here in at quantity 162.
WalletHub in contrast 182 cities — together with the 150 most populated U.S. cities, plus not less than two of probably the most populated cities in every state — throughout three key dimensions: 1) House & Group Security, 2) Pure-Catastrophe Threat, and three) Monetary Security. Their knowledge set ranges from COVID-19 instances prior to now seven days per 100,000 residents and assaults per capita to the unemployment fee and highway high quality.
Wanting nearer on the dimensions, Cleveland ranked No. 157 in ‘House & Group Security’ and No. 176 in ‘Monetary Security.
Right here is how different Ohio cities fared within the total rankings:
- No. 91–Toledo
- No. 105–Akron
- No. 133–Cincinnati
- No. 147–Columbus
If you’re scoring at dwelling, the most secure metropolis in America in 2020 is Columbia, Maryland. The least protected metropolis is Fort Lauderdale, FL.