How many democratic countries are there in the world?
There are currently 123 democratic countries in the world. (There are 192-195 countries total; this number depends on your point of view. This number doesn't include colonies, territories, etc. that are ruled by other nations and therefore don't have their own form of government but are part of the ruling nation). The number of democratic countries has been increasing over the years and may or may not increase in the future.
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Argentina Australia Austria Belgium Benin Brazil Bulgaria Canada Cape Verde Chile Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Dominican Republic El Salvador Estonia Finland France …Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Guatemala Honduras Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jamaica Kiribati Latvia Lesotha Lithuania Malaysia Mali Malta Mexico Micronesia Mongolia, Namibia The Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Norway Palau Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Romania Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa South Korea Spain Suriname Sweden Thailand Taiwan Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tuvalu Ukraine United Kingdom United States of America Uruguay Soviet Russia
Norway is considered the most democratic country in the world according to the 2010 Economist Intelligence Unit.
According to the Democracy Index, which surveys 167 of the world's nations excluding only a handful of small or inaccessible nations, there are 78 democratic countries in the… world , holding around 48.4% of the world's population. Of these 78 nations, 25 are considered to be full, stable and vibrant democracies. The majority of these "full democracies" are located in Western Europe and are nations with parliamentary systems of government, as opposed to American-style presidentialism. The remaining 53 nations are considered to be "flawed democracies" - nations that are highly and functionally democratic, but have key weaknesses in their democratic process or political stability that prevent them from being regarded as full democracies. In most cases, these nations have presidential systems, and their lesser status can be attributed to an excessively powerful presidency and executive branch. This category can be misleading, however - France and Portugal, for instance, are both considered to be first-rate democracies, but they fall just a handful of points short of being eligible for full democracy status according to the Index. Of the remaining 89 nations surveyed, 37 are considered to be "hybrid regimes". These are nations which have a functioning but ineffective democratic process and, usually, a human rights record and corruption problems unbecoming of a modern democracy. Singapore and Ukraine are examples of hybrid regimes. The remaining 52 countries are "authoritarian regimes"; nations with no working democratic process. As such, we can say that there are at least 78 democratic countries in the world, and a total of 115 countries with working, if sometimes flawed and ineffectual, democratic processes. All in all, 62.4% of the world population is able to participate in some kind of genuine democratic process.
Before answering this question i would like to clarify the democratic and socialist. 'democratic' means in "Abraham Lincoln" words it is of the people, by the people and for t…he people. So, the countries which ever elects their leaders by adult suffrage they are all democratic. again when we talk about "socialist" in simple words it means elimination of inequality in income and status and standards of living. according to these definitions we can say that almost every country in the world strive for these both. still, i would like to give one example: India Democratic Socialism is defined by the World Socialist Movement as "a system of society based upon the common ownership and democratic control of the means and instruments for producing and distributing wealth by and in the interest of society as a whole." Currently there are no countries practicing this.
depends on your definition, the US for example is not a democracy but a republic, Iran is a formal democracy but is not considered democratic by most
There are several democratic countries in the world. A few of thecountries are United States, Japan, Greece, and Israel.
There are about 139 Non-democratic countries of the world
In the link below you will find a list of non-democratic nations.
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Denmark, New Zealand, Singapore, Finland, Sweden, Canada, Netherlands, Switzerland, Australia, and Norway are the top 10 least corrupt democratic states.
According to the Economist magazine: 117 Jordan 3.93 Authoritarian regimes 118 Mauritania 3.91 Authoritarian regimes 119 Egypt 3.89 Authoritarian regimes 120 Morocco …3.88 Authoritarian regimes 121 Rwanda 3.71 Authoritarian regimes 122 Burkina Faso 3.60 Authoritarian regimes 123 Comoros 3.58 Authoritarian regimes 124 Nigeria 3.53 Authoritarian regimes 125 Cuba 3.52 Authoritarian regimes 126 Cameroon 3.46 Authoritarian regimes 127 Kazakhstan 3.45 Authoritarian regimes 128 Niger 3.41 Authoritarian regimes 129 Kuwait 3.39 Authoritarian regimes 130 Bahrain 3.38 Authoritarian regimes 131 Angola 3.35 Authoritarian regimes 132 Belarus 3.34 Authoritarian regimes 133 Algeria 3.32 Authoritarian regimes 134 CÃ´te d'Ivoire 3.27 Authoritarian regimes 135 Azerbaijan 3.19 Authoritarian regimes 136 China 3.04 Authoritarian regimes 137 Swaziland 3.04 Authoritarian regimes 138 Afghanistan 3.02 Authoritarian regimes 139 Gabon 3.00 Authoritarian regimes 140 Oman 2.98 Authoritarian regimes 141 Tunisia 2.96 Authoritarian regimes 142 Yemen 2.95 Authoritarian regimes 143 Congo 2.94 Authoritarian regimes 144 Qatar 2.92 Authoritarian regimes 145 Iran 2.83 Authoritarian regimes 146 Sudan 2.81 Authoritarian regimes 147 United Arab Emirates 2.60 Authoritarian regimes 148 Zimbabwe 2.53 Authoritarian regimes 149 Vietnam 2.53 Authoritarian regimes 150 Tajikistan 2.45 Authoritarian regimes 151 Togo 2.43 Authoritarian regimes 152 Djibouti 2.37 Authoritarian regimes 153 Eritrea 2.31 Authoritarian regimes 154 Republic of the Congo 2.28 Authoritarian regimes 155 Equatorial Guinea 2.19 Authoritarian regimes 156 Syria 2.18 Authoritarian regimes 157 Laos 2.10 Authoritarian regimes 158 Guinea 2.09 Authoritarian regimes 159 Libya 2.00 Authoritarian regimes 160 Guinea-Bissau 1.99 Authoritarian regimes 161 Saudi Arabia 1.90 Authoritarian regimes 162 Central African Republic 1.86 Authoritarian regimes 163 Myanmar 1.77 Authoritarian regimes 164 Uzbekistan 1.74 Authoritarian regimes 165 Turkmenistan 1.72 Authoritarian regimes 166 Chad 1.52 Authoritarian regimes 167 North Korea 0.86 Authoritarian regimes
By population - India. By land area - Canada
i think rest of world EXCEPT MAYANMAR!!
Russia is the worlds largest country and has a representative democracy form of government if that's what you mean. But if you mean which country has the most democratic form …of government, then this is impossible to answer.
Argentina Australia Austria Belgium Benin Brazil Bulgaria Canada Cape Verde Chile Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Dominican Republic El Sal…vador Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Guatemala Honduras Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jamaica Kiribati Latvia Lebanon Lesotha Lithuania Malaysia Mali Malta Mexico Micronesia Mongolia, Namibia The Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Norway Palau Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Romania Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa South Korea Spain Suriname Sweden Thailand Taiwan Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tuvalu Ukraine United Kingdom United States of America Uruguay Soviet Russia Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/List_of_democratic_countries_in_the_world#ixzz2GBauWFlv Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/List_of_democratic_countries_in_the_world#ixzz2GBaiyI2T
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All the countries in the world that are democratic are: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Mexico, France, Singapore, America, England (UK) and Australia. However, …Australia is not really a democratic government but is a constitutional monarchy. It became a democratic continent in 1901.