Study Reveals U.S. Trends in Public Confidence in Science

March 8, 2024


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Presented by The Record

When it comes to Americans’ trust, the scientific community secures the highest confidence. According to a new study co-authored by Arthur Lupia, a U-M professor of political science, the scientific community’s commitment to peer review, self-correction, and acknowledging the limitations in data are factors that contribute to the public’s confidence in trusting scientific findings. Read the other major takeaways from the paper in this article from The Record.

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