Trust in institutions

  •  18/11/2016

In 2014, 36% of the population aged 15 and over in Belgium trusted the parliament, the legal system, politicians and the political parties. To achieve the sustainable development goal by 2030, this figure must be increased.

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Trust in institutions

answer at least 6 (on 0-10 scale)

percentage of population aged 15 years and over

 20022004200620082010201220142014//20022014//2008
Belgium28.535.236.731.830.737.336.01.92.1
Germany26.028.130.230.729.035.336.42.82.9
France21.223.823.326.222.725.923.00.7-2.1
Netherlands37.545.653.457.857.555.651.52.7-1.9
//: average growth rates

Calculations FPB based on ESS (2017), Dataset European Social Survey, http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/ (consulted on 08/11/2017).

Trust in institutions by sex - Belgium

answer at least 6 (on 0-10 scale)

percentage of population aged 15 years and over

 20022004200620082010201220142014//20022014//2008
females27.732.636.129.828.535.834.51.92.5
males29.538.037.234.033.039.037.62.01.7
//: average growth rates

Calculations FPB based on ESS (2017), Dataset European Social Survey, http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/ (consulted on 08/11/2017).

Trust in institutions by income - Belgium

answer at least 6 (on 0-10 scale)

percentage of population aged 15 years and over

 2010201220142014//2010
quintile 123.529.132.68.5
quintile 223.532.033.29.0
quintile 331.136.631.80.6
quintile 434.642.134.3-0.2
quintile 538.145.942.72.9
//: average growth rates

Calculations FPB based on ESS (2017), Dataset European Social Survey, http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/ (consulted on 08/11/2017).

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