In the Canary islands and Galicia are the cities which suffer less theft
, Madrid is, according to this study, the city with the highest risk of occurrence of a theft
San Cristóbal de la Laguna, popularly known as La Laguna, Lugo, Santiago, Irun and Salamanca are the Spanish municipalities safer. As emerges from the report of the association business insurance, UNESPA, based on its analysis of likely to suffer a theft in the home, with data in 2016, have developed the study Theft: the municipalities more secure, which determines that the cities mentioned was where the least theft occurred.
After specifying that in Spain are secured three out of every four homes, remember that, the larger a city, there are more chances of theft and to save this effect is not fixed in the total number of incidents but in the volume of robberies that occur in function of insured housing that exist in a given locality, with a series of thresholds to increase the reliability of the study.
The analysis of the 25 populations safest in the country, with more than 50,000 inhabitants, The Lagoon figure in the first place and are the Canary islands which comprise most of the municipalities listed, with eight. In addition to The lagoon, appear Santa Lucía de Tirajana, Arrecife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, San Bartolomé de Tirajana, Telde, Arona and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
In the stretch of cities with a population of between 100,000 and 250,000 inhabitants, it also appears in the first place, The Lagoon, followed by Salamanca, San Sebastian, Pamplona and Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
with regard to the municipalities of more than 250,000 inhabitants, only seven of them (Palma de Mallorca, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Vigo, Bilbao, Valladolid, Cordoba and Gijón) show an optimal situation (probability less than the whole of Spain), according to UNESPA.
Madrid, with nearly 42 % chance of suffering a theft above the average, is the city with the most risk, followed by Murcia (36,76) and L'hospitalet del Llobregat (31,51), while in Barcelona it is 1.63 %.Updated Date: 04 November 2018, 20:01