Teachers 'more trustworthy than priests'
A British survey has found people see teachers as more trustworthy than priests or police.
Only doctors instill more confidence, winning the faith of 90% of 2000 people polled in a British Medical Council study.
Teachers scored a 85% honesty rating, priests 80%, TV news readers 71% and polled 59%.
Politicians were considered trustworthy by 20% and journalists 13%, reports the Daily Record.
The Public's Trust in Doctors Rises (Media Release)
Results: Mori Poll 2002