It may seems counter intuitive in an age of global concern about what is true news, however trust in online news accuracy is the highest it has ever been according to Gallup. People with different party affiliations don’t always cite …
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Social trust is in decline worldwide and it isn’t clear precisely why that is. Repairing it is needed for the success of our civic institutions, governments, businesses and society. Stanford Social Innovation Review has an article written by Kristin M. …
This is no doubt a weighty topic, but one crucial to the success of our country and the business of public relations. Journalism and our democratic institutions are suffering from public distrust. Earlier this month, The Knight Commission on Trust, …
Are online reviews worth trusting? Before providing thoughts on the answer, here is another question. When is the last time you wrote an online review? According to research cited in this New York Times article, only 1.5% of the …
Pew Research Center contacted a number of experts and asked them whether online trust will grow in the next decade. You can find the results here. Essentially, there were six different themes on the fate of online trust. Sadly, …
NBC News posted a news story that only 6% of the United States trusts the news media. The survey was done by Media Insight Project. It found the biggest component of trust is accuracy and 4 in 10 people had …