First, leave you bias in the cloathook. Thank you.
Second, I am European and part of the quarter in favor of AI-assisted government. Also I am evangelical christian.
Third, I have read the source (Russia Today, in the description [thanks for that DAHBOO77]) and the source's source. (IT-department of the EU, https://docs.ie.edu/cgc/European-Tech-Insights-2019.pdf
Fourth, notice that the sources say that though "25% of Europeans are somewhat or totally in favor of letting an artificial intelligence make important decisions about the running of their country." the rest is not. (page 10) Which is a HUGE amount of people, mostly evenly distributed. (Not college graduates: 24%; College graduates 31%) (page 11) In fact, the same study found that "56 % of Europeans are somewhat or very worried about a future where robots will carry out most of human work." (page 8) and that "70 % of Europeans of all ages believe that, if they are not appropriately controlled, new technologies will cause more harm than good to society in the coming decade." (page 9) The study concluded that European people are more likely to be sceptical to new technology and are indeed worried about it's malicious implications.
Fifth, I personally think AI-assisted government would improve our society. Not as in "The Circle", or as in "Black Mirrow", or even "1984". But in a democratic manner. I am just a german abitur student, so I can't give you vivid explanations and a fancy video, only one link and after that a philosophical thought experiment if you mind. Here a video about an application for better democracy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyGWML6cI_k