67% of people in Taiwan see themselves as primarily Taiwanese, compared with 3% who think of themselves as primarily Chinese.
Belgium, Finland and Italy are among the European countries with the shortest median lengths of government.
Turnout in U.S. has soared in recent elections but by some measures still trails that of many other countries
When comparing turnout among the voting-age population in recent national elections in 50 countries, the U.S. ranks 31st.
Populists in Europe – especially those on the right – have increased their vote shares in recent elections
Elections in Italy and Sweden have underscored the growing electoral strength that populist parties have displayed in Europe in recent years.
In India, Hindu support for Modi’s party varies by region and is tied to beliefs about diet and language
Hindus were the religious group most likely to say they voted for the BJP in India’s most recent parliamentary election.
Ahead of the 2020 U.S. election, here’s a look at how elections are run in the United States and other countries around the world.
At least 20 nations preceded the U.S. in granting women the right to vote, according to an analysis of measures in 198 countries and territories.
Here’s what our surveys indicate about how Polish people see their democracy, international relations and social issues in the country.
The gender gap in party identification remains the widest in a quarter century.
Spain's public is concerned about democracy, inequality and their children’s financial future. But views of the economy have rebounded overall.