Amnesty International conducted a global survey to find out how afraid people were of being tortured by their own governments if they are taken into custody.
The survey shows that the British, Australian, Canadian – and even Chinese people – are less afraid of being tortured than Americans.
Specifically, Amnesty asked whether people agreed with the following statement:
If I were taken into custody by the authorities in my country, I am confident that I would be safe from torture
Here are some of the results: