Trust shown by the UK public in supermarkets in June 2014

How much do you trust supermarkets?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 19, 2014
Trust shown by the UK public in supermarkets in June 2014 This statistic shows the level of trust that adults from the United Kingdom (UK) were willing to place in supermarkets in June 2014. When respondents were asked to give a value on a scale from 1 to 5, where 1 is ‘very poor level of trust’ and 5 is ‘very strong level of trust’, the mean response on this scale was 3.08, indicating a medium to strong level of trust from the UK public.
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How much do you trust supermarkets?

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