Trust in charities at lowest level for eight years, research finds

Research finds low levels of trust
Research finds low levels of trust

Public trust in charities has fallen to its lowest level for eight years, according to research by the consultancy nfpSynergy. It found that the proportion of people who said they trusted charities "quite a lot" or "a great deal" was 53 per cent, a fall of three percentage points on the figure from 2014 and 13 percentage points down on the 2013 figure. The figure is the worst since 2007, when it was 42 per cent.

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