Global Rise of Populism and Elite Distrust: Its Roots and Political Response

26 September 2016
Global Rise of Populism and Elite Distrust: Its Roots and Political Response
Full Video of the Discussion

Watch the full video (above) of the discussion on the Global Rise of Populism across the world (Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Turkey, UK, US, Asia), where Bruce Stokes shares findings from Pew Research Center’s surveys on public attitudes behind this populist backlash.

The surveys explore the reasons behind voters’ growing distrust of elites, including perceptions about ‘well-being’, ‘global importance’, ‘inequality’, ‘immigration’, ‘terrorism’, ‘crime’, ‘economic growth’, and more.

Stokes is the Director of Global Economic Attitudes at Pew, a US-based fact tank that has conducted surveys in 85 countries since 2002, including in India. The discussion was organised in collaboration with JustJobs Network.

More details about the talk can be found at the event age here, including the presentations made. The question and answer session that followed can be accessed here.

The views shared belong to individual faculty and researchers and do not represent an institutional stance on the issue.