Bangladesh is a developing country with a population of over 160 million people. In recent years, it has made significant progress in reducing poverty and increasing economic growth. However, income inequality remains high and the unemployment rate is still relatively high. The government has implemented several initiatives to promote economic growth and development, including infrastructure development, small and medium enterprise development, and skill development programs. Despite these efforts, there remain significant challenges such as inadequate infrastructure, corruption, and political instability, which hinder the country's overall socio-economic progress.
The political situation in Bangladesh is unstable, leading to constant tensions, protests, and violence between opposing political and ethnic groups. Issues such as corruption, human rights, violence, and discrimination are frequently discussed in the public sphere.
Researchers from Dartmouth College approached TGM to conduct a study to better understand the current political situation in Bangladesh. The study aimed to identify the political and social attitudes of the people in Bangladesh and the reasons for their support for certain groups. It is important to note that this research was not intended to support or oppose any political candidate or office. It had no affiliation with any political candidate or campaign and received no financial support from any political candidate or campaign.