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Trust thy neighbor: During times of community change, familiar sources of information feel more trustworthy

Increases in population size may lead to a breakdown in social trust. As local populations grow, local elected officials and national news media become less trusted, compared with friends and family, local churches and civic institutions. This 'trust deficit' has implications for long-term environmental and community planning.
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