Generalised trust

  •  18/11/2016

In 2014, 39.5% of the population aged 15 and over in Belgium, estimated that, in general, most people can be trusted. To achieve the sustainable development goal by 2030, generalised trust must not diminish.

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Generalised trust

answer at least 6 (on 0-10 scale)

percentage of population aged 15 years and over

 20022004200620082010201220142014//20022014//2008
Belgium38.837.741.143.741.045.039.50.1-1.7
Germany33.237.137.438.834.640.539.41.40.2
France26.128.728.227.525.428.730.01.21.5
Netherlands58.363.662.664.666.966.263.20.7-0.4
//: average growth rates

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

Generalised trust by sex - Belgium

answer at least 6 (on 0-10 scale)

percentage of population aged 15 years and over

 20022004200620082010201220142014//20022014//2008
females37.134.639.140.837.841.937.00.0-1.6
males39.041.042.146.744.348.542.20.7-1.7
//: average growth rates

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

Generalised trust by income - Belgium

answer at least 6 (on 0-10 scale)

percentage of population aged 15 years and over

 2010201220142014//2010
quintile 138.638.127.0-8.5
quintile 234.037.131.3-2.0
quintile 338.843.335.7-2.1
quintile 444.553.346.81.3
quintile 555.858.455.5-0.1
//: 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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