For the first time, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) named Copenhagen the safest city in the world.
The capital of Denmark surpassed Tokyo and Singapore, which had previously been the index’s top performers.
Since 2015, the EIU has conducted the survey every two years.
It assesses 76 indicators across the digital, health, infrastructural, environmental, and personal-security sectors to arrive at the rankings.
Copenhagen came out on top, scoring 82.4 points out of 100.
When the study was most recently done in 2019, Tokyo was ranked first, Singapore was second, and Osaka, Japan was third.
Copenhagen, Toronto, and Singapore topped the list this year.
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