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Americans think that Amazon and Google are more reliable than Tom Hanks according to a report

Amazon and Google are considered more reliable than “America’s most trusted man,” according to a new report.

Market research agency Morning Consult has revealed the most trusted brands in the US, with the technical giants beating the famous actor Tom Hanks.

The data is based on online surveys conducted for nearly 2,000 brands during two months, with an average of 16,700 interviews per brand.

During the survey, participants were asked “How much do you trust each brand to do what is right?” and given the options of ‘a lot’, ‘some’, ‘not much’, ‘not at all’ or ‘don’t know’.

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Market research agency Morning Consult has revealed the most trusted brands in the US, with the technical giants beating the famous actor Tom Hanks. The data is based on online surveys conducted for nearly 2,000 brands during two months, with an average of 16,700 interviews per brand

Market research agency Morning Consult has revealed the most trusted brands in the US, with the technical giants beating the famous actor Tom Hanks. The data is based on online surveys conducted for nearly 2,000 brands during two months, with an average of 16,700 interviews per brand

“It’s no secret that trust is the key to brand success,” said Morning Consult CEO Michael Ramlet in a statement. “In today’s climate, leaders offer the opportunity to cultivate reliability every day – an important engine for trust.”

The most trusted brand turned out to be ‘Your primary doctor’, with 50 percent of the participants noticing this option.

Then came the army, followed by Amazon, Google and extreme weather warnings.

Also to make the list is Donald Trump with 20 percent and Warren Buffet was 16 percent behind.

During the survey, participants were asked “How much do you trust each brand to do what is right?” and given the options of ‘a lot’, ‘some’, ‘not much’, ‘not at all’ or ‘don’t know’. Amazon is trusted by 39 percent of Americans

Amazon and Google are considered more reliable than “America’s most trusted man” – Tom Hanks (photo)

The company also discovered that those who were considered ‘Gen z’ (those born between 1995 and 2015) leaned more towards technology companies, with Google, Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and Playstation at the top.

Older consumers, around 42 percent, considered the United State Postal Service the most reliable.

They also voted for the United Parcel Service, Hershey, the weather channel and Cheerios.

The company also discovered that those who fall in Gen z (those born between 1995 and 2015) leaned more towards technology companies, with Google, Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and Playstation at the top

The company also discovered that those who fall in Gen z (those born between 1995 and 2015) leaned more towards technology companies, with Google, Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and Playstation at the top

The company also discovered that those who fall in Gen z (those born between 1995 and 2015) leaned more towards technology companies, with Google, Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and Playstation at the top

Older consumers, around 42 percent, considered the United State Postal Service the most reliable. They then voted for the United Parcel Service, Hershey, the weather channel and Cheerios

Older consumers, around 42 percent, considered the United State Postal Service the most reliable. They then voted for the United Parcel Service, Hershey, the weather channel and Cheerios

Older consumers, around 42 percent, considered the United State Postal Service the most reliable. They then voted for the United Parcel Service, Hershey, the weather channel and Cheerios

There is a great deal of suspicion when it comes to institutions and large concentrations of power, “the report writes.

“Young Americans are generally more skeptical about brands and put more emphasis on ethical issues.”

The problems previously emphasized by the younger generation are strong values, good treatment of employees, ethical products and non-discriminatory employees.

Morning Consult shared that most Americans “give individual brands the benefit of the doubt.”

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