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OECD's Government at a Glance report: 73% Indians confident of Modi govt; highest in the world
According to a report published by Forbes magazine, quoting OECD's Government at a Glance report, 73 per cent Indians have expressed confidence in their government.

The Modi government surpassed every other government in the world to emerge as number one in the report when it came to people's faith.

With the Modi government occupying the top spot in the list, Justin Trudeau's government came in second with the confidence of 62 per cent Canadians behind him.

India and Canada are followed by Turkey (58%), Russia (58%) and Germany (55%) to complete the top five on the list.

As far as the United States of America is concerned, only 30 per cent Americans have expressed faith in the Trump administration. The reasons aren't difficult to understand as the American media and the White House have been at loggerheads ever since Donald Trump took over as the 45th US President.

The United Kingdom – a nation under the cloud of Berxit where people are still trying to decide whether to leave the European Union or stay – only 41 per cent citizens expressed trust in their government.

In stark reality, faith and trust are heavy words. A government can harness trust from its people only if it delivers on its promises. Another important factor which influences people's faith in a government is its stability. Furthermore, a government which can protect its citizen from harm is more likely to be preferred by the people.

Trust of people ensures smooth economic development of a nation and also makes the decision making process simpler.

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