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The World's Biggest Democracy Heads to the Polls
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The World's Biggest Democracy Heads to the Polls

The World's Biggest Democracy Heads to the Polls

About 900 million eligible voters -- roughly 10% of the world's population -- could cast their ballots in India's general election between April 11 and May 19. Starting this week, News.gallup.com will highlight Gallup's latest findings from its surveys in India. The results offer the latest glimpse into what may be on Indians' minds as voters in the world's largest democracy head the polls.

Now on News.gallup.com, you can read the first article, which digs into Indians' confidence in the honesty of their elections and in their national government.

Keep reading News.gallup.com in the coming weeks for more insights from Gallup and India experts.

Today: Confidence in the honesty of elections and the national government

April 19: Economic conditions and living standards in one of the world's largest economies

May 1: Public safety and security across and within India

Julie Ray is a writer and editor at Gallup.
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