Research and analysis

Trust and confidence in the Charity Commission 2017

Independent research into trust and confidence in the Charity Commission with the general public, charities and others.

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Trust and confidence in the Charity Commission 2017

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This report presents the findings of independent research conducted by Populus into trust and confidence in the Charity Commission. This builds on previous research conducted in 2015.

The research was conducted among the general public, charities, and key stakeholders. The research objectives were to:

  • establish current attitudes towards the Commission and charity regulation
  • explore the effectiveness of the Commission’s relationship with charities and other key stakeholders
  • explore the impact of charity regulation

The findings are based on 1,002 telephone interviews with the general public, 1,015 online interviews with charities, and 26 in-depth telephone interviews with key stakeholders.

Read Sarah Atkinson’s blog on the findings and what they mean for charities and the Commission.

Published 12 July 2017