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World’s greatest worries revealed in new World Risk Poll

World Risk Poll – greatest worries food and water

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World Risk Poll – greatest worries – unsafe food and water

Lloyd’s Register Foundation World Risk Poll published October 6.  The new survey highlights the world’s biggest worries.  It covers unsafe food and water and climate change threats. Also cyber risks and challenges to mental wellbeing. As well as how people have experienced them.

The findings will be used to empower communities to shape their responses to risk and to improve safety through the development of relatable policies and interventions.

The World Risk Poll conducted by Gallup.  It’s part of the World Poll, and based on interviews with over 150,000 people.  It included many living in places where little or no official data exists.  Yet where reported risks are often high.

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