7 in 10 Urban Indians believe India is moving in right direction: Ipsos What Worries the World global monthly survey (December)

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Ipsos What Worries the World global monthly survey

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According to the latest report of the Ipsos What Worries the World global survey, in December, we have at least 7 in 10 (70%) Urban Indians believing that India is moving in the right direction. India is placed 2nd in the pecking order in optimism, Saudi Arabia comes up tops with at least 86% of its citizens polled believing their country is moving in the right direction. At least 65% of the global citizens were downbeat about the prospects of the country and Peru (88%) and Colombia (86%) were most pessimistic believing their respective countries were on wrong track.