60% Indian respondents not happy with govt?s direction, finds Pew Centre study situation no better in rest of the world, either
There are now figures to back the frustration. The sentiment of disappointment sweeping through the country — as the government falters on delivering promised growth, undertaking key reforms and implementing its agenda for inclusive growth — is not just real but has, in fact, worsened over the last year. Nearly 60 per cent of Indians today, up from 47 per cent last year, are dissatisfied with the direction in which the country is headed, the Pew Global Attitudes Project's 2012 spring survey has revealed. With 77 per cent putting the blame for the mess squarely at the doors of the government.