A national survey by the Coalition for Safe Public Space (KRPA) has revealed that three out of five Indonesian women have experienced sexual harassment in public spaces.

The poll, conducted from Nov. 25 to Dec. 10 last year, involved 62,224 respondents consisting of men and women of different ages and educational backgrounds from all 34 provinces of Indonesia.

As many as 46.80% of the respondents said they had experienced sexual harassment on public transportation, including buses (35.80%), angkot, or public cars (29.49%) and KRL Commuter Line trains (17.79%).

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