Mounting Trust Inequality

This year witnessed a marked divide between the informed public and the mass population when it comes to trust in all institutions. This represents a split first witnessed in 2012 that has gained momentum and widened over time in 16 of 25 countries.

While the gap is a global phenomenon, it is most pronounced in 15 countries, each with a double-digit trust differential between the informed public and the mass population.

Each year, Edelman asks people all over the world, including Malaysia, how much they trust institutions, specifically government, business, the media and NGOs. We call it the Edelman TRUST BAROMETER and, in effect, it tells a story of how we all see the world.

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