In our 2021 Survey of Public Trust: Emergency Communication and Public Safety for Rave Mobile Security, we interviewed 1011 US adults about their confidence in local government during the pandemic. The study found that public opinion of government officials has declined due to a perceived failure to address the coronavirus pandemic. As a result only 22% of respondents stated they have complete faith in the government, and just 37% feel that vaccine rollout will be done in an effective manner. Read on at Security Infowatch.
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