According to a report from the US think tank Pew Research Center, 85% of Indians believe in government in Democracy. At the same time, 55% of the people have supported the military rule and dictatorship. This has come out in a survey of governance in key countries in the world. Democracy in India for 7 decades
According to the News Agency, Pew’s report states that Democracy has been in strong position for the last 70 years in India. But 55% people support dictatorship or any other way.
85% of Indians believe in government
From 2012, India’s economy average is growing at a rate of 6.9%.
According to Pew, 27% of people want a strong leader in India. 48% of Russians also want their government’s leadership to be in strong hands.
– 26% of the people in the world say that a strong leader can take better decisions without interference or courtship without having to run the government well.
People support technocrasy in India
- Pew report says that India is involved in three countries of Asia-Pacific where people support technocracy.
- “Asian-Pacific people generally prefer the regime of Experts (Technocresi), which includes 67% of Vietnam, 65% of India and 62% of Filipinos.”
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– 57% of Australians believe that if experts rule out, this will not be the right way. 41% of the people have accepted the experts right there to run the government.
More than half of Indian-South Africans believe in military rule
According to the Pew Survey, half of 53% Indians and 52% of South Africans, who live in their country, believe that the military rule will be better for their country. At the same time, one in 10 people in Europe supports the Military Rule.
– It has been said in the report that in India-South Africa. Most people over the age of 50 do not believe that the country can run the army. Among them are people who fought for democratic values.