Europeans believe most of the firefightersInfo, Saturday, October 01, 2011 22:42:22
People believe most of the firefighters, but at least - the politicians, advertising experts and managers of large firms. This show data from international survey of GfK, conducted this spring in 16 European countries and USA.
Firefighters have won 92% of respondents trust. Second are the teachers - 85%. Thirdly, along come the postal workers, doctors and army, who received the 81%. The church has a reputation in Romania, Poland and Germany, where nearly 75% of the population stated that confidence in her institutions Greeks and Frenchmen believe the church at least, respectively 26% and 36%. Compared attitude to police opinions differ from Western and Eastern Europe. Roughly 75% of Western Europeans believe in law enforcement. In Greece the figure is 40%. In Eastern Europe, half of respondents said they have confidence in MI, and in Russia - only one third. The survey indicates that only 31% of Bulgarians have confidence in the judiciary, while in Poland it is around 86%. Charitable organizations gain the most confidence among Poles, while at least - among the Italians. Last in the ladder of international reputation and hold lawyers (47%), journalists (41%), bankers (37%), advertising experts (28%) and politicians (18%). The image of politicians is very low in Greece - only 6% and Hungary - 8%.
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