Global Survey Shows Distrust in Democracy, Media An international public opinion poll shows a dramatic lack in trust of democratic institutions and international companies. The first Voice of the People survey, which polled 36,000 people in 47 countries, also finds a lack of trust in trade unions and media organizations. Hear Doug Miller, who helped design the poll.

Global Survey Shows Distrust in Democracy, Media

Global Survey Shows Distrust in Democracy, Media

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An international public opinion poll shows a dramatic lack in trust of democratic institutions and international companies. The first Voice of the People survey, which polled 36,000 people in 47 countries, also finds a lack of trust in trade unions and media organizations. Hear Doug Miller, who helped design the poll.