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Public trust surges in China, falls dramatically in world’s democracies


A global survey has found that while public trust in the world’s democracies has fallen to new lows, scores are rising in several autocratic states – notably China.The Edelman Trust Barometer – which for 20 years has polled thousands of people on trust, in their governments, media, business and NGOs – identified the biggest losers as institutions in Germany, Australia, the Netherlands, South Korea and the US.Public trust in Germany fell seven points to 46 per cent, followed by the Australians…

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