India tops OECD list of countries that trust their governments the most: What does it mean for PM Modi?

India tops OECD list of countries that trust their governments the most: What does it mean for PM Modi?

India tops OECD list of countries that trust their governments the most: What does it mean for PM Modi?

India has become the top of a survey conducted by the Organization for Cooperation and Development (OECD) to the extent that a country depends on its government.

The result was published in a report entitled About Government in 2017, which, according to the publication, “provides the latest data available on governments of OECD countries.”

The Indian summit listed, giving a great clue to the NDA government led by the BJP, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm.

Lowest on the list is Greece, which, in recent years, many struggled with their finances and loans global flaws, and had to be bailed out by the European Union.

According to a report in Forbes magazine: “With 73 percent, India was at the top of the trust league government, while Canada had higher levels of trust than the average of 62 percent.”

The result can be interpreted as a huge vote of confidence in Modi and his government in India, despite the increasing number of cases of cows surveillance and right-wing violence in some areas.

This could also indicate that Modi is scheduled to return to power for a second term in 2019. However, there are a lot of time between now and the current time, and a lot can happen in that time.

The results of the OECD survey can be considered as people’s support for projects that the government has introduced the NES, reformed or renovated. This could also be the result of a scam now appearing in the framework of Modi.

Other notable countries, American confidence in the current government of the United States under the multi-million dollar companies magnanisme, the politician and the current President Donald Trump represent only 30 percent.

This could be due to his inclination to be involved in controversies, often coming out of any new newspaper would turn to negative news about him.

Even the UK, which decided last year to divide the European Union into a referendum that has been vilified by many, score 41% in the latest poll.

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