The US wants to destroy Venezuela and the US media spreads misinformation about it because it wants to control the oïl and be political master of the region.
Venezuela was more democratic and capitalist (though with some significant corruption) in the past - in fact, into the early 90s many businesses saw it as one of the best places in South America to invest.
What Chavez brought is realistically best described as a dictatorship trying to appease the masses with "socialist" giveaways. That never works.
What most Americans in favor of "socialism" want is something like what we see in Sweden, UK, Denmark, Canada, Germany, etc - things like universal healthcare and subsidized education - areas where capitalism simply hasn't worked. Not government control over industries like Chavez/Maduro push.
Venezuela would have failed if it was (more) capitalist, their problem was dependence on oil prices staying high to maintain economic prosperity.
Look at the percentages. The USA has 350million and China has about 1.5billion people.
China's percentage of crime seems very low -- actually, correction. What I should say is the USA has the highest percentage of crime in the world.
Source : https://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/compare/India/United-States/Crime
Having been through the justice system myself before (for some pretty petty crap, and more than once when I was innocent), and screwed over royally each time by kangaroo courts that don't seem to give a crap about justice but only care about conviction rates and squeezing money out of people to pay for themselves, I might have a less rosy picture of the whole thing than most. I've also worked along side cops before. Most were scumbags. The good ones drop out or they get beaten down by the system until they lose their ideals and become a part of said system. Same goes for judges. The whole system is focused on the wrong things and aimed in the wrong direction.
And.. yes, drugs ought to be legalized. And I say this as someone who has never used any.
I'm not trying to defend the US and its egregious incarceration numbers. I am merely pointing out that the statistic on which this quiz focuses is not a simple indicator of anything. It's the result of a lot of different factors.