Political Trust & Distrust 25

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Political trust is the belief that various government institutions will act in our interest fairly and impartially. Some of the relevant institutions include the Constitution and the laws of the land, the political parties, Congress and the state legislatures, the offices of the president and the state governors, the federal and state courts, and the police.

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Image: Social and political trust have been falling for decades.

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