-keep a close watch when you hand over your credit card?-
-Assume the other fellow on the road is texting or drunk?
-Worry that a careless post will be spread by your Facebook friends?
STRANGER DANGER -78% have little faith in people they meet while traveling, saying they trust them "just somewhat," ''not too much" or "not at all." -19% don't worry - they feel "quite a bit" or "a great deal" of trust in people away from home. Adults under 30 are especially wary of strangers, just like mom said.
DEFENSIVE DRIVING -75% mistrust people driving cars while they're driving, biking or walking. -21% put a lot of faith in others behind the wheel. Those 30 and under worry more about bad drivers than their elders do.
CAUTIOUS CUSTOMERS -67% have little confidence in people who swipe their credit or debit card when they buy something. -30% don't worry much about that. Liberals are more laid back at the checkout than either conservatives or moderates. ___ ONLINE JITTERS -59% don't have much faith in people with whom they have shared photos, videos or information on social media. -38% have confidence in these "friends." Americans ages 50 and up worry the most about online sharing. CONTRACTORS AND CLEANING CREWS -55% don't much trust the people they hire to come into their homes to do work. -41% feel confident opening the door to them. Gun owners worry less about inviting workers into their homes than other Americans do. NERVOUS STOMACHS -50% have little trust in the people who prepare their food when they eat out. -About as many 47% chow down with ease, however. Wealthy Americans, with household incomes over $100,000, are less likely than most to fret about the restaurants where they dine. DR. TRUSTWORTHY -46% have little confidence in people at the doctor's office or hospital who have access to their medical records. -But more - 50% - don't sweat it. Doctors and their staffs were the most trusted group in the poll. People who oppose President Barack Obama's health care law worry more about privacy at the doctor's office than the law's supporters do. IF YOU THINK THOSE NUMBERS ARE BAD ... Just look at how little faith Americans have in their leaders. When asked how much of the time they trust the government in Washington to do what is right, people say: -81%: only some of the time -15%: most of the time -2%: just about always