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Public trust varies by type of science, study finds

Australians believe weather forecasters and vaccine scientists but distrust genetic modification

Australians’ level of trust in science varies according to the topic, a study has found.

A paper published in the Australian Journal of Social Issues on 6 April said that while vaccine science and weather forecasting were highly trusted, science on genetically modified agriculture was least trusted. Climate science was somewhere in the middle.

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