UK’s energy sector is the “least trusted” in the whole world, research suggests
The UK has the least trusted energy sector from just about anywhere in the world, despite a relatively high level of support for renewable energy, recent market research has revealed.
PR company Edelman’s 2014 Trust Barometer, which polled 27,000 people across 27 countries, found that the level of trust in the energy industry across the UK has dropped to abysmal levels, 28 percentage points lower than global average levels of public trust in industry.
82 per cent of those who reported lower levels of trust this year blamed rising household bills, with levels of industry profit also listed among the leading reasons for public disquiet with the sector. Additionally, 56 per cent of UK respondents said they would trust the energy industry more if it were returned to state control, while nearly three-quarters called for stronger government regulation, a news source has revealed.
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