The National Survey on Brand and Trust provides empirical evidence to help organizations move from being speculative in their assumptions to being strategic in their efforts to build trust with their brands, their teams, and their customers.
The sample size for the national survey (99% confidence level) had 1600+ participants, representing a wide range of considerations: racial, ethnic, gender, education, geography, age, vocational, household income, political inclination, company size and industry.
Some of the questions answered in the National Survey on Brand and Trust:
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