4 interesting graphs concerning India and the world

The World Economic Forum presents a graphical representation of facts.
By Guest |  10-04-17

The world's strongest democracies

The top 10 "full democracies" are:

  • Norway
  • Iceland
  • Sweden
  • New Zealand
  • Denmark
  • Canada and Ireland (both share the sixth spot)
  • Switzerland
  • Finland
  • Australia


The U.S. has been demoted to a “flawed democracy,” in the classification of the EIU - as a result of low public confidence in the government.


While disenchantment with political elites has led to a rise in populism, it has also sparked renewed political participation. In the EU referendum, 72% of the UK population turned out to vote, compared to an average of 63% in general elections over the past decade. This reversed a trend toward growing political apathy. The UK also saw a marked increase in membership of political parties. As a result, Britain’s democracy score has gone up from 8.31 (out of ten) in 2015 to 8.36 this year, placing it 16th among the “full democracies.”



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