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Proportion of crowdsourcing participants expressing high levels of trust, by age group

Trust in public during reopening Trust in businesses to protect employees Trust in businesses to protect customers Trust in provincial/territorial government Trust in federal government Trust in provincial/territorial health authorities Trust in federal health authorities 0 20 40 60 80 100 % Aged 15 to 34 yearsAged 15 to 34 years Aged 35 to 49 yearsAged 35 to 49 years Aged 50 to 64 yearsAged 50 to 64 years Aged 65 years and olderAged 65 years and older
Note(s):
High trust is defined as a score of 4 or 5 on a five-point scale.
Source(s):
Impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians: Data Collection Series (5323).

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This is a bar clustered chart.

Proportion of crowdsourcing participants expressing high levels of trust, by age group, %
  Aged 15 to 34 years Aged 35 to 49 years Aged 50 to 64 years Aged 65 years and older
Trust in public during reopening 24.4 30.1 41.4 47.1
Trust in businesses to protect employees 27.3 33.3 41.6 44.0
Trust in businesses to protect customers 35.2 37.6 45.7 47.9
Trust in provincial/territorial government 46.8 50.8 62.3 67.3
Trust in federal government 57.5 61.6 64.4 64.1
Trust in provincial/territorial health authorities 71.4 71.1 77.2 78.8
Trust in federal health authorities 74.8 73.6 74.6 74.5
Note(s):
High trust is defined as a score of 4 or 5 on a five-point scale.
Source(s):
Impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians: Data Collection Series (5323).
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