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Click on a country see how secure people feel their property rights are, or scroll down to compare countries using the interactive chart and graph. You can find out how we collected the data and how we define tenure security in our methodology section.

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Tenure Insecurity

Secure Insecure

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Tenure Insecurity ?

Percentage of people who believe it is somewhat or very likely that they could lose the right to use their property or part of it against their will in the next 5 years

Tenure Security ?

Percentage of people who believe it is very unlikely or unlikely that they could lose the right to use their property or part of it against their will in the next 5 years

Formal Documents ?

Percentage of people who say they have formal, legally-binding documents that demonstrate their right to live in or use any of their properties

Informal Documents only ?

Percentage of people who say they have informal formal documents that demonstrate their right to live in or use any of their properties

No Documents ?

Percentage of people who say they have no formal or informal documents that demonstrate their right to live in or use any of their properties

Experienced loss ?

Percentage of people who have lost the right to live in a property against their will

Believe Are Well Protected ?

Percentage of people who think that property rights are somewhat or very well-protected in their country

Know How To Defend ?

Percentage of people who, if challenged, know how to defend their rights to live in or otherwise use their properties

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View our 2019 comparative report - summarising results from the first 15 countries surveyed

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Each circle on the chart represents a country: hover your cursor over each one to view the country name and key indicator value. Select countries from the table above to highlight them on this chart and generate more insights. Scroll down to download the complete data.

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Percentage of people who believe it is somewhat or very likely that they could lose the right to use their property or part of it against their will in the next 5 years

Tenure insecurity
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Percentage of people who believe it is very unlikely or unlikely that they could lose the right to use their property or part of it against their will in the next 5 years

Tenure security
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Percentage of people who say they have formal, legally-binding documents that demonstrate their right to live in or use any of their properties

Formal documents
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Percentage of people who say they have informal formal documents that demonstrate their right to live in or use any of their properties

Informal documents
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Percentage of people who say they have no formal or informal documents that demonstrate their right to live in or use any of their properties

No documents
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Percentage of people who have lost the right to live in a property against their will

Experienced loss
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Percentage of people who think that property rights are somewhat or very well-protected in their country

Believe are well protected
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Percentage of people who, if challenged, know how to defend their rights to live in or otherwise use their properties

Know how to defend

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