Corporate Governance

Which organizations do people think are most trustworthy?

Trust in pharmaceutical companies has risen by six percentage points since 2018. Image: Unsplash/ Towfiqu barbhuiya

Johnny Wood

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Technology companies are seen as the most trustworthy organizations. Image: Ipsos

Pharmaceutical companies have relatively high levels of trust in much of the world. Image: Ipsos

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An organization’s ability to keep its promises is an important quality for creating trust. Image: Ipsos

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