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Posted by civilsocietyindex on September 25, 2009
… in Uganda in 2006, according to the CSI community survey, out of 548 respondents, 50% said that most people could not be trusted while 47% indicated that most people could be trusted. However, according to the World Values Survey, only 8% felt that most people could be trusted, while 92% felt that you need to be very careful with others. (Indicator 2.4.1)
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