Most S’poreans perceive Govt to be non-consultative, a larger majority believe in obeying authority: IPS report

Most S’poreans perceive Govt to be non-consultative, a larger majority believe in obeying authority: IPS report

23/9/2021 7:27:00 PM

Most S’poreans perceive Govt to be non-consultative, a larger majority believe in obeying authority: IPS report

SINGAPORE — Most Singaporeans and permanent residents (PRs) here perceived the Government to be non-consultative, with 40.8 per cent thinking that the Government makes decisions first before asking for views from Singaporeans later.

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Singapore Zoo welcomes endangered Grevy’s zebra foal

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Most S’poreans, PRs agree immigration is good for economy, but half worry about foreigners taking jobs: IPS reportSINGAPORE — Most Singaporeans and permanent residents (PR) agree that immigration is generally good for the economy, but slightly more than half of them also felt strongly that immigrants took jobs away from people in Singapore, and that the Government has spent too much money assisting immigrants. Hehehehe. PRs forgot they were once foreigners too......... Funny report..

Malays, Indians less proud of racial equality in Singapore but no evidence to show they feel marginalised: IPS reportSINGAPORE — Asked in a survey if they were proud of racial equality in Singapore, 21.7 per cent of Malays and 16.6 per cent of Indians indicated they were “not very proud” or “not proud at all” — relatively large proportions compared to Chinese respondents (6.4 per cent) and those from other races (2.2 per cent). Hmmm I wonder why this stuff doesn't get published in peer-reviewed journals... hmmm... Naaaurrr ma’am! yall joking right

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