Slim U.S. Majority Has Confidence in Religious Leaders

Slim U.S. Majority Has Confidence in Religious Leaders

A slim majority (55%) of U.S. adults expressed confidence in religious leaders in 2021, according to a Pew Research Center report published Feb. 15. This was the third survey in a row where confidence declined, falling from 63% of respondents expressing “a great deal”...
Nurses’ Brutal Honesty Carries Heavy Burden

Nurses’ Brutal Honesty Carries Heavy Burden

The U.S. recognizes National Nurses Week each year from May 6-12. At no time in our recent history have we been reminded how important this profession is like we have over the last year. Nurses are more than essential; they are one of the most respected professions....
Moral Values Mold Public’s View of Journalism

Moral Values Mold Public’s View of Journalism

Public trust of journalists has been in decline for decades in the U.S. A recent study conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research (AP-NORC) suggests that a key factor is skepticism about several core journalistic principles. Five core...
Who Can You Trust?

Who Can You Trust?

Every year, the Gallup organization takes a poll of Americans with regard to which professions they deem to be the most honest and ethical – that is, who is worthy of our trust. In 2019, for the 18th straight year, nurses topped the poll, and by a wide margin....