Social trust in Morocco is particularistic and not generalized and is mainly
related to the nuclear and the extended family. The nuclear family is the most
trusted institution at 99%, followed by the extended family at 85%.
The more the social circle expands to include strangers, the less trust there is.
Moroccans trust each other moderately; 60% of the respondents believe that
Moroccans trust each other.
The findings of this study confirm the same conclusions reached in last
year’s Trust in Institutions Index, that is, the low trust in the elected institutions,
with the exception of trust in the government, which has significantly increased
this year, as 50% of Moroccans said they trust the current government compared
to 23% last year.

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