Trust in the Church
From a report by nfpSynergy
The Charity Awareness Monitor (CAM), from nfpSynergy, includes a regular module on trust in public bodies and institutions, and headline findings from the October 2017 fieldwork, for which 1,000 Britons aged 16 and over were interviewed online, have been released.
Respondents were asked to rate the trustworthiness of 24 organizations.
The proportion expressing quite a lot (10%) or a great deal (24%) of trust in the Church was 34% compared with 57% who had very little (28%) or not much (29%) trust.
The Church lay in seventeenth position (out of 24) in terms of trustworthiness, the most trusted bodies being the National Health Service (72%) and the armed forces (70%).
Although it has slipped three places in the league table within the past year, the Church’s rating (34%) has actually been fairly stable in recent CAMs, being trusted by 35% in October 2016 and 33% in October 2015.
Here is the analysis of most trusted:
and the bottom ones:
Something to pray about!
The report from nfpSynergy can be found here.
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