Our recent survey for Rave Mobile Safety was recently highlighted in an article. The study, which was conducted in late December 2020 and early January 2021, polled 1011 adults across the US in order to better understand the challenges public safety leaders and agencies have faced in the past year. The study revealed that only 13% of respondents were confident in their state’s ability to successfully distribute the coronavirus vaccine.

Another surprising result of the survey was that only 22% said they completely trusted the information they received from local government officials, with worrying implications, as per the article “If people do not trust the information they receive about a crisis, disaster, scandal, or other emergency from companies and organizations, it can make it difficult — if not impossible — for businesses to maintain their credibility during the crisis or for them to convince those who are impacted by the crisis to do what needs to be done during the crisis.”

Read the full article at Forbes.