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But, what do men do, if anything, to make women feel safer?
A third say they have accompanied a female friend or family member to avoid them walking alone (32%), while one in five say they have directly intervened in a situation of a woman being harassed (22%).
This experience explains why women are significantly more likely than men to have taken measures to feel safer in public.
In fact, over two in five American women say they have held keys or other objects in preparation for self-defence (45%).
🚔Trust in the police to keep women safe in public is highest amongst White Americans (34%).
This falls to around one in five African Americans (18%).