Re: 9 per cent
Given UK govt track record how can anyone with even half a clue think that?
Anybody who swallows the public sector narrative on terrorism, paedophiles, tax evasion, money laundering, drugs.
As in all surveys, the outcome depends more on who s believed to be asking the question, the context that the question is asked in, and the precise wording. Or put simply, a skilled wordsmith has vast discretion to influence the outcome in any way that they want. And even if they don't subsequent use of the result may strip it from its context and purpose to deliberately misuse it.
So whilst Reform say 9%, according to an online article attributed to Civica (who have a financial interest in a positive outcome) 56% of people trust government with their data. According to the ICO in a 2017 study, 49% trust government to handle data securely.