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Feeling of safety among French when riding a bike in town in 2017

Do you feel safe or unsafe when cycling in the city?*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 5, 2019
Feeling of safety among French when riding a bike in town in 2017 This graph presents the opinion of French about their feeling of safety when cycling in cities in 2017. It appears that less than 40 percent of the French felt safe while cycling in the city, while 63 percent of respondents said they did not feel safe riding a bike in the city that year.
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Do you feel safe or unsafe when cycling in the city?*

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