Author Topic: Edelman Trust Barometer, suggests there has been a sharp drop in public trust,  (Read 1875 times)

Offline Calimachon

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Quote from the following website link:

"Indeed, a global survey released just days before the start of Davos, the Edelman Trust Barometer, suggests there has been a sharp drop in public trust, not just in in business but especially in governments around the world." (Cali says:  You can say that again!)


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-16670718

Edelmam Trust report if you interested enough to download it:

http://www.edelman.com/trust/2011/
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Offline man in the street

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 trust of goverments around the world ,  imo.
  the americans are having their  democratic rights eroded  ,  the voice of  the majority  is being ignored .
  the arab un rest, the stance  against long entrenched power.
  the occupy movement  across  europe and the us,  i will call this the voice of displeasure , against the  fallout  from the hogs in the trough disasters .
  when  i have  money in my pocket (after tax)  to  have a reasonable holiday (4weeks) and  have  a meal out at the weekend ,( after working all week)  and a bit of enjoyment.
 i will see this as a recovery, the more the goverment  say its all ok " we are well placed ".
 the more i think, who is the we ?
 it cant be me  , i am down £5000 on last year, no holiday  and  a lack of treats.
 i have very little trust of our goverment.