Category: News Briefs Published on Tuesday, 02 July 2013 15:46 Written by Michigan Chronicle Staff
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Michigan's citizens are more trusting of their local government than they are of either state or federal government, according to new results from Michigan State University's State of the State Survey. In the latest round of the State of the State Survey, 39 percent of Michigan adults said they can trust their local government nearly always or most of the time. Only 19 percent of those responding to the survey said they can trust state government nearly always or most of the time, and just 15 percent said they can trust the federal government nearly always or most of the time.
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