The entertainment industry is still the least trusted institution to ensure workplaces are safe for women.
The latest Guardian Essential poll has shown that the entertainment industry remains the least trusted institution to ensure workplaces are safe for women. As the survey proves, 58% of 1,148 participants have little or no trust that the industry is a safe space.
40% of participants said they have little trust in the entertainment industry keeping women safe, 18% have no faith, and 6% are unsure. Only 6% of participants have a high level of trust in the entertainment industry to ensure women’s safety, and 30% have some confidence.
The entertainment industry is the least trusted institution found in the survey, with 34% of participants noting little trust in Federal Parliament, sporting clubs and public services, and 35% for private companies.
36% of participants hold some trust in sporting clubs to ensure women’s safety, 39% for public service, and 40% for private companies. You can view the poll results here.
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