Sorry, Tom Hanks and Oprah: Americans think Amazon and Google are much more trustworthy -

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...Tom Hanks and Oprah have been trounced in a large-scale survey of trustworthiness by ... Amazon and Google.

...Yes, Americans think giant tech companies are much more likely to "Do the right thing" than the man who was just nominated for an Oscar for playing Mr. Rogers.

...The nationwide survey, released this morning by Morning Consult, found that the most trusted brands in America are: USPS, Amazon, Google, PayPal, The Weather Channel, Chick-fil-A, Hershey, UPS, Cheerios, and M&Ms. It is a contest of mediocrity, as no brands were found to be particularly trustworthy, with these 10 brands garnering stamps of approval from just 34-42% of Americans.

...The survey found them to be distrustful of all things capitalist: corporate America, brands, and companies.

...Just 15% of Americans believe that religious leaders will do the right thing, and just 5% trust Wall Street.

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