Whereas 45 per cent of Ghanaians say they trust opposition political parties, only 40 per cent said they trust President Mahama.
In fact, the President’s trust rating has dropped significantly since he was elected in 2012 by as much as 16 per cent.
According to the survey, 56% of Ghanaians trust the Ghana Armed Forces far more than the President.
The President’s party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is also one of the least trusted institutions in the country. Only 36% trust the governing party.
The Survey sampled opinions of 2400 respondents between May and June 2014 in all the ten regions of the country. The respondents’ level of confidence were measured by asking how they trust these institutions: “trust a lot or somewhat”, and “trust a little” or “not at all”.
The full report in pdf below;
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