Social nuisance in the neighbourhood

Social nuisance in the neighbourhood consists of the following kinds of nuisance:

  • Drunks in the street
  • Drugs use or drugs trade for instance on the street or in coffee shops
  • People being accosted on the street
  • Loitering teens

Respondents are asked if these types occur in their neighbourhood, and if so to what extent it bothers them (‘Great deal of nuisance’, ‘Occasional nuisance’, ‘No nuisance’).

Social nuisance occurrences:
The share of people who indicated that one or more kinds of social nuisance occur in their neighbourhood.

A great deal of social nuisance:
The share of people confronted directly with one or more kinds of social nuisance in their neighbourhood who are greatly bothered by it.

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