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Newsletters 2009

17 December 2009 - Our greatest hits edition: the most popular free reports, editorials, and presentations on our website in 2009.

Trust in charities bounces back whilst faith in banks wilts

Two thirds (65%) of British adults claim they trust charities, according to latest figures (Nov 2008)This 23 percentage point rise since July 2007 marks the largest increase in trust in any kind of public institutionBanks show nine percentage point slump in public confidence over the same period“Public and voluntary sectors appear trustworthy compared with failing private sector, epitomised by propped-up banks,” touts Saxton“Happily, despite downturn, public probably trusts a

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