American's confidence in public institutions, by political affiliation 2012

American's confidence in various public institutions, by political affiliation 2012

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 20, 2012
American's confidence in public institutions, by political affiliation 2012 This statstic shows Americans' confidence levels in various public organizations and institutions in the United States as of 2012. The responses are differentiated by political affiliation of survey participants. In 2012, 39 percent of Republican respondents said they had confidence in big business, as compared to 11 percent of Democrat voters.
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American's confidence in various public institutions, by political affiliation 2012

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