The current research aims to investigate the relationship between the attitudes of primary school students toward social sciences course and their democratic attitudes according to some demographic variables. The research employed the correlational survey method, one of the quantitative research methods. The participants were 826 3rd-grade students studying in 13 schools in the central district of Elazığ. Data gathering instruments included the Democratic Attitude Scale and the Attitude Scale toward Social Sciences Courses. The results revealed no statistically significant differences in the variables of gender, educational status of the father, number of siblings, and attitudes towards social sciences course in terms of democratic attitudes of primary school students. However, a statistically significant difference was found in terms of the educational status of mothers. The illiterate group showed a lower median value than the high school group and the other three groups, meaning that students with the lowest level of democratic attitudes are children of illiterate mothers. Primary school students’ attitudes toward social science courses and their attitudes about democracy were also found to be significantly positively correlated.