Edelman Trust Barometer

Australia’s bushfire season has worsened the nation’s trust crisis, well, at least among the informed public. The mass population remains as skeptical and distrusting of our institutions as they were before the horror fire season, according to the Edelman Trust Barometer.  The local edition of the 2020 report, released today

The public’s trust in institutions remains at all-time lows, according to the Edelman Trust Barometer. Now in its 20th year, the global survey recorded widespread levels of distrust despite a strong global economy.  The report argues distrust is being driven by a growing sense of inequity and unfairness in the

Australia is the country that trusts social media the least, according to the 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer. The annual report found Australia, alongside France, is the least trusting country globally in social media — 26 per cent compared to the global average of 43 per cent. Sign up to Which-50’s

The reduction in the quality of our relationships, be they between government and citizens, institutions and customers, or even among fellow road users, is seemingly on an ever downward spiral. After all, ‘we – the people’ revel in watching societies fractures and fissures play out on reality TV, we wade

Australians trust journalists but not journalism, according to a new study. Well, kinda. Trust in media has hit an all-time low, according to the Edelman Trust Barometer released today. Trust in business, government and NGOs also fell, with all Australian institutions now classified as “distrusted”. WHICH-50 Reader Survey: Help us