Two-thirds of younger people in liberal democracies such as the US, Britain and the Netherlands believe that it is not essential to live in a democracy. About the same percentage of millennials (those born since the early 1980s) would not regard a military takeover as illegitimate per se, if the government was deemed incompetent or failing, according to a study by the political scientists Yascha Mounk and Roberto Stefan Foa. Older age cohorts are more supportive of democratic principles, but their support has been waning over the last decade as well.
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