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How strongly do you believe that you can tell when your provider does not trust you?

According to the survey conducted on October 16, 2022, a significant majority of respondents, 46.38%, strongly believe that they can tell when their provider does not trust them. This indicates that a large portion of the population is confident in their ability to perceive signs of mistrust from their service providers. Furthermore, 34.06% of the respondents indicated that they somewhat strongly believe they can detect when their provider lacks trust in them. This suggests that there is still a notable number of individuals who have some level of confidence in their ability to discern such situations. On the other hand, 15.22% of the respondents expressed uncertainty in their ability to determine when their provider does not trust them, implying that there is a segment of the population that may struggle to perceive these signs. Additionally, a small percentage of respondents, 2.90%, indicated that they do not feel very strongly about being able to tell when their provider lacks trust in them. This implies that a minority of individuals may not have a clear perception of trust issues in their provider relationships. Lastly, an even smaller percentage of respondents, only 1.45% in English, claimed that they do not believe strongly at all in their capability to detect when trust is lacking from their service providers. Overall, this survey demonstrates the diverse range of beliefs and perceptions people have regarding their ability to identify situations where trust is lacking between themselves and their providers.

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Dr. Jay K Joshi serves as the editor-in-chief of Daily Remedy. He is a serial entrepreneur and sought after thought-leader for matters related to healthcare innovation and medical jurisprudence. He has published articles on a variety of healthcare topics in both peer-reviewed journals and trade publications. His legal writings include amicus curiae briefs prepared for prominent federal healthcare cases.

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