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This survey reveals that Americans trust doctors and scientists more than elected officials

The study showed Americans generally have a high level of trust toward medical doctors Image: Unsplash/ Ani Kolleshi

Cary Funk

Associate Director of Research, PEW Research Center

John Gramlich

Writer and Editor, Pew Research Center

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