SciAm poll on trustiworthiness
So this is not so surprising — particularly given my own church’s current leadership — but it’s still rather depressing. When Scientific American asks its readers: “whom do you typically trust to provide accurate information about important issues in society?” religious authorities rank lower than anyone else — lower even than companies and elected officials. This was an international poll of over 21,000 people. There’s other interesting data in this survey, check it out.
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