According to a survey of 22,000 people in 21 OECD countries, there’s a “clear sense of dissatisfaction and injustice” in advanced economies. A majority believe they wouldn’t easily access benefits if needed, less than 20 percent say they get a fair share given the taxes they pay, and in many countries most people feel governments ignore their views.

The OECD said the exercise in “listening to people” has produced “deeply worrying” results…

“These beliefs are not limited just to those deemed ‘left behind’,” said Stefano Scarpetta, director of Employment, Labor and Social Affairs at the OECD. “Young people, those with high levels of education, and those with high incomes all express strong feelings of unfairness and injustice too.”