Lowdown: Who do Americans trust?

The Public Affairs Council sought to gauge general sentiment on how much trust still exists in major corporations and with their employees.

The Public Affairs Council sought to gauge general sentiment on how much trust still exists in major corporations and with their employees. From August 10 through September 8, a survey was conducted of 1,753 Americans aged 18 and over. These results reveal how companies in specific industries compare with those in other sectors in terms of trustworthiness and how Americans view specific employees in terms of their honesty and ethics.

Source: “What Americans Think About Business,” a national survey commissioned by the Public Affairs Council and conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International. Study was released on November 15.

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