Trust in government

Related topics

Trust in government refers to the share of people who report having confidence in the national government. The data shown reflect the share of respondents answering “yes” (the other response categories being “no”, and “don’t know”) to the survey question: “In this country, do you have confidence in… national government? Country averages are pooled over all available years for a three year period to improve the accuracy of the estimates. The sample is ex ante designed to be nationally representative of the population aged 15 and over. This indicator is measured as a percentage of all survey respondents.

Trust in government

Perspectives

Countries

Time

Definition of
Trust in government

Trust in government refers to the share of people who report having confidence in the national government. The data shown reflect the share of respondents answering “yes” (the other response categories being “no”, and “don’t know”) to the survey question: “In this country, do you have confidence in… national government? Country averages are pooled over all available years for a three year period to improve the accuracy of the estimates. The sample is ex ante designed to be nationally representative of the population aged 15 and over. This indicator is measured as a percentage of all survey respondents.

Citation

Please cite this indicator as follows:

Further indicators related to General government

Further publications related to General government

Sharing options

Permanent URL

Copy the URL to open this chart with all your selections.

Embed code

Use this code to embed the visualisation into your website.