says that some people believe
politicians. Inexplicably only 87% said politicians did not keep the promises they made before elections, while a mere 92% said politicians never gave “a straight answer”
. Just under three-quarters of respondents (73%) said politicians had shown themselves to be dishonest too often.
So by Guido’s calculations that means some 13% of voters trust politicians, 8% think that politicians sometimes give straight answers and 27% think you can actually sometimes trust politicians.
If you don’t trust ’em, why vote for ’em? It only encourages ’em.