A recent survey on politics, values and society about youths in United States, Brazil, Switzerland and Singapore found that Singaporean youths are the most pessimistic about their future with 63% saying they are not “reasonably confident”.

The survey known as the Credit Suisse Youth Barometer also found that Singaporean youths to be the least interested in politics compared to youths from the other 3 countries, with 52% very weak and 32% fairly weak in political-relevant questions.

An astonishing 32% (highest among the 4) do not know what is political left and right, while 36% said political left and right have no meaning. However, 64% of the Singaporean youths surveyed indicated that the Singapore ruling PAP government is occasionally a failure while 11% found them to fail often.

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