The book analyses a series of interrelated questions. How far are there legitimate grounds for concern about public support for democracy world-wide? Are trends towards growing cynicism evident in the United States in many established and newer democracies? What are the main political, economic, and cultural factors underpinning support for democratic government? Leading political scientists from around the world challenge conventional wisdom and conclude that accounts of a global democratic `crisis' are greatly exaggerated.

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