Share of people who say the country has respect for human rights

percent, 1995–2014

Info Edit
    1995 Ranking
    1. Azerbaijan 55.60
    2. Germany 52.80
    3. Estonia 40.10
    4. Latvia 28.40
    5. Lithuania 28.30
    6. Belarus 26.20
    7. Georgia 24.40
    8. Armenia 22.50
    9. Moldova 19.80
    10. Ukraine 17.60
    2014 Ranking
    1. Qatar 96.10
    2. Rwanda 96.00
    3. Philippines 87.30
    4. Germany 86.40
    5. Singapore 86.30
    6. New Zealand 83.90
    7. Ghana 83.10
    8. Sweden 81.10
    9. Kuwait 77.40
    10. Kyrgyzstan 76.90
    11. Azerbaijan 73.30
    12. Hong Kong 72.70
    13. Jordan 72.50
    14. Australia 72.30
    15. Taiwan 70.30
    16. South Korea 70.20
    17. China 69.30
    18. Poland 68.50
    19. Belarus 68.40
    20. Pakistan 66.30
    21. Netherlands 63.60
    22. Zimbabwe 62.60
    23. Estonia 62.20
    24. Kazakhstan 61.80
    25. Ecuador 61.80
    26. United States 61.50
    27. Thailand 60.80
    28. Malaysia 58.60
    29. Turkey 58.20
    30. Uruguay 57.90
    31. Algeria 56.90
    32. Nigeria 56.70
    33. India 56.10
    34. Japan 53.60
    35. South Africa 53.00
    36. Chile 52.60
    37. Spain 51.90
    38. Georgia 48.80
    39. Mexico 48.50
    40. West Bank and Gaza 45.50
    41. Cyprus 45.20
    42. Argentina 44.30
    43. Tunisia 44.20
    44. Yemen 42.10
    45. Russia 41.60
    46. Morocco 40.20
    47. Iraq 38.60
    48. Brazil 37.70
    49. Ukraine 34.80
    50. Libya 34.10
    51. Lebanon 33.30
    52. Slovenia 32.10
    53. Trinidad and Tobago 31.20
    54. Egypt 23.70
    55. Colombia 21.40
    56. Armenia 20.20
    57. Romania 18.60
    58. Haiti 18.00
    59. Peru 17.30

    Percent of people who said there is “a lot of respect” or “some respect” for individual human rights nowadays in their country. Other possible answers were “not much respect” or “no respect at all.”

    Source: World Values Survey