Mapping Where People Think The Economy Is Rigged The Most (And Least)


The Brexit vote in Britain and the election of Donald Trump to become President of the United States have shown that there is a deep distrust of the elites in many countries.

As Statista’s Dyfed Loesche notes, popular anger is directed towards those who are seen to be rigging the economy (or politics) against the hard working common man.

Just how common this resentment is, if warranted or not, is shown by data provided for by the research institute Ipsos in a recent report.

Infographic: Where People Think the Economy is Rigged | Statista

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While this chart represents a selection of 10 from 22 countries, the first and last rank indeed are taken Mexico and Sweden.