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New Zealanders trust no organisation above 50% for Treaty information

Summarised by Centrist 

A recent study commissioned by the Human Rights Commission and conducted by Horizon Research reveals that no organisation garners more than 50% trust from the New Zealand population for providing accurate information on the Treaty/Te Tiriti. Notably, MPs and news media are trusted less than advocacy groups, with political parties earning the lowest trust at 4%. 

The report also questions the lack of trust in primary information sources and the challenge of achieving social unity concerning the Treaty/Te Tiriti. Sources considered to be trustworthy include The National Library of New Zealand, the Waitangi Tribunal and some podcasts. 

Editor’s note: In light of excessive activism, Centrist recommends that every source be considered as potentially partisan due to potential bias in public service, media, and other institutions.

New Zealanders trust no organisation above 50% for Treaty information - Centrist

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