Key Findings from the General Population Poll 2021

Year: 2022

In The Rule of Law in Panama: Key Findings from the General Population Poll 2021, the World Justice Project draws on the voices of more than 2,500 Panamanians to present their perceptions and experiences on government accountability, fundamental freedoms, police, criminal justice, gender, security, and migration.

The report is presented as a series of thematic briefs, each one highlighting a different dimension of the rule of law in Panama, while simultaneously illuminating changes over time and comparisons across the following regional peer countries: HondurasGuatemalaBelize, and El Salvador. It includes question-level data drawn from the General Population Poll (GPP), an original data source designed and collected by the World Justice Project.