Welcome to the PRmoment Podcast.

This week we’re talking to Louise Turner, managing director at Edelman Data & Intelligence, about the UK results of The Edelman Trust Barometer 2022.

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Here’s a summary of what Louise and I chatted about:

3 min What are the top trends coming out of the UK results of the Edelman Trust Barometer this year?

4 mins Why the UK now has a record trust gap between high and low-income groups.

5 mins The impact of Partygate: Louise talks us through the differences in the trust in the UK Government from Nov 2021 to Jan 2022 results.

6 mins In November 2021, the UK Government had a trust score of 42%. In January this dropped to 29%—the lowest score for the UK Government in a decade.

7 mins Louise explains how The Trust Barometer has picked up growing consumer cynicism around purpose and greenwashing this year.

10 mins Louise talks us through the 2022 and 2021 year on year trust scores for the Government, employers, the media, business and NGOs.

17 mins Louise talks through the trend of trust increasing the more local, or the more personal the institution. 

18 mins Why is ‘your employer’ by miles the most trusted institution?

19 mins What are the 2021 and the 2022 trust scores for the different media channels?

22 mins Traditional media, including broadcast and online, has had a very good year, trust wise. In that sense, it won the trust league this year?

26 mins What’s a good trust score and what’s a bad trust score? (A score of below 50% is mistrusted and a score of over 50% is trusted.)