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This is a pears and apples comparison, has no sense.

If you want a difference, populism (on the sense you ask) is a way of getting adherents, among other forms of campaigning. Democracy is a form of government, among other forms of governance.

Regarding conceptualization, all 'kratos' are forms of government (democracy = demos + kratos, government of the people). Populism (populumpopulus + ism, orientation to the people) is an ideological trend, sustaining that the people's voice has the priority amongst other factors.

Regarding their relationship, populism is a weakness of democracy. If the majority is ignorant, democracy will be the government of the ignorance. This is precisely the thesis that conservative groups fear throughout all the world.

This is a pears and apples comparison, has no sense.

If you want a difference, populism (on the sense you ask) is a way of getting adherents, among other forms of campaigning. Democracy is a form of government, among other forms of governance.

Regarding conceptualization, all 'kratos' are forms of government (democracy = demos + kratos, government of the people). Populism (populum + ism, orientation to the people) is an ideological trend, sustaining that the people's voice has the priority amongst other factors.

Regarding their relationship, populism is a weakness of democracy. If the majority is ignorant, democracy will be the government of the ignorance. This is precisely the thesis that conservative groups fear throughout all the world.

This is a pears and apples comparison, has no sense.

If you want a difference, populism (on the sense you ask) is a way of getting adherents, among other forms of campaigning. Democracy is a form of government, among other forms of governance.

Regarding conceptualization, all 'kratos' are forms of government (democracy = demos + kratos, government of the people). Populism (populus + ism, orientation to the people) is an ideological trend, sustaining that the people's voice has the priority amongst other factors.

Regarding their relationship, populism is a weakness of democracy. If the majority is ignorant, democracy will be the government of the ignorance. This is precisely the thesis that conservative groups fear throughout all the world.

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This is a pears and apples comparison, has no sense.

If you want a difference, populism (on the sense you ask) is a way of getting adherents, among other forms of campaigning. Democracy is a form of government, among other forms of governance.

Regarding conceptualization, all 'kratos' are forms of government (democracy = demos + kratos, government of the people). Populism (populum + ism, orientation to the people) is an ideological trend, sustaining that the people's voice has the priority amongst other factors.

Regarding their relationship, populism is a weakness of democracy. If the majority is ignorant, democracy will be the government of the ignorance. This is precisely the thesis that conservative groups fear throughout all the world.