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Report: Navigating Trust in Society

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Written by 
Coeuraj Insight
November 2021

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Coeuraj is proud to release Navigating Trust in Society, the first of many reports that explore collaboration at a planetary level. This series considers how we as a population can build resilient solutions to global problems, such as the climate crisis and economic inequality, for a more equitable future.

This report provides empirical evidence of existing levels of trust, among the US population, with regard to institutions, and philanthropy—all shaped during a time of deep polarization and a global pandemic.

The source of the data is two-fold. Firstly, a year-over-year analysis of institutional trust, as measured by Global Web Index USA from more than 20,000 respondents and, secondly, an ad-hoc nationally representative survey, conducted by one of Coeuraj’s data partners AudienceNet, in the two weeks immediately preceding the 2021 United Nations General Assembly. This report presents the core findings that emerged from both research initiatives.


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