Hungarians consider scientists the most trustworthy and politicians the most untrustworthy of all professions, according to a global survey published recently by Ipsos.
Across 28 countries around the world, a Global Country Average of 59% rate doctors as trustworthy, while 57% say the same about scientists, with teachers in third place at 52%. As in previous years, politicians are considered the least trustworthy with just 12% considering them trusted. They are followed by government ministers (16%) and advertising executives (18%). These are the findings of an Ipsos online survey conducted between 27 May and 10 June 2022.
In most of the countries surveyed, doctors were ranked first when asked which profession they considered most trustworthy. Scientists came in second, followed by teachers and the military, although there were some countries where two professions were ranked first.
Politicians scored the lowest number of good marks in Hungary, Peru, Chile, Japan and Poland (7%), and the highest number of bad marks in Peru, Argentina and Chile. However, compared to the others, politicians in Denmark and India scored exceptionally well, with 21% and 28% of their residents giving them a good mark, respectively.
As last year, we compared the results of the two Visegrád Four countries in the survey, Hungary and Poland. There is no difference in the top two places for the professions considered most untrustworthy, with politicians and government officials in both countries receiving this title. In third place, however, were journalists in Hungary and priests in Poland.
The survey was conducted in 28 countries around the world, via the Ipsos Online Panel system in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Peru, Poland, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, and the United States.
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