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Politics and Society between Elections (2017-2019)

Politics and Society between Elections (2017-2019) is a public opinion survey of political subjectivities, social attitudes, friendship networks, and governance outcomes in India. This report highlights narratives emerging from contemporary social and political discourses on nationalism, populism, institutional trust, gender roles, caste, class and community relationships, citizen concerns and aspirations. The study is a three-year research collaboration between Azim Premji University’s Centre for Regional Political Economy and Lokniti (CSDS) and covers 23 States and the National Capital Region.

Read the full reports here 

Politics and Society between Elections 2017 

Politics and Society between Elections 2018 

Politics and Society between Elections 2019 

 

 

 

Media Reports

 

The Hindu - 'Political parties most distrusted, Army, judiciary win people’s trust,' says study - https://bit.ly/2TEPgaa

 

Hindustan Times - Army most trusted, political parties least: Survey - https://bit.ly/2WubnlB

 

National Herald - Unemployment is the single biggest issue in the country, says survey - https://bit.ly/2CFzoOO

 

LiveMint - Indians rely more on local governments than MLAs and MPs: Report - https://bit.ly/2FBFLVh

 

Times of India - Jobs top concern, distrust for ‘elites’ high: Survey of youths. - https://bit.ly/2Yu8GlR 

 

One India - Jobs top concern, political parties least trusted says survey. - https://bit.ly/2uvJ1ve

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