New Mexico residents don’t have a high trust in lawyers. In fact, over the past four years New Mexico residents have lost trust in lawyers. Since 2011 trust among residents has declined 8 percent.
Across the board, New Mexico residents and those involved in its political process don’t trust judges. Since 2011 trust in judges, among residents, has declined 8 percent.
The courts and justice system among New Mexico residents has seen better days. Since 2011, favorability of courts, among New Mexico residents, has declined 6 percent.
New Mexico politicos and residents are aligned in their decreased trust in police officers. Since 2011, New Mexico residents’ trust in police officers has declined 18 percent.
Radio is still a consistent source of news and information for New Mexico residents. Despite a 4 percent drop over the past four years, a majority of New Mexico residents still turn to the radio for news.
Federal officials have a trust issue among New Mexico residents and politicos. From 2011 - 2014, trust of New Mexico residents has declined 10 percent. We didn’t ask residents for their trust of the President, Congress or the Veterans Administration; only what their trust was of whom they view as a Federal Official.
Trust of the “average Joe” has remained constant for New Mexico residents. Since 2011, New Mexico residents have been relatively unchanged (down 2 percent) in their level of trust in the general public.
If blood is thicker then water than New Mexico residents must be taking blood thinners when it comes to trust of family members. Since 2011, New Mexico residents have lost trust in their kin by 10 percent. In 2011, 85 percent of residents trusted family. That trust has eroded to only 75 percent of residents trusting family.
ALBUQUERQUE, NM – As the Legislative Session reaches its halfway point, the #NMLEG hasthag (the official hashtag for the New Mexico Legislative Session) has reached more than 62 million timelines deliveries. From January 20, the beginning of the session, through February 19, the midway point to the session as well as the final day to introduce new bills, Twitter has seen the #NMLEG hashtag populated by 2,661 contributors in 20,028 tweets, reaching 4,046,904 individuals. The data is pulled from The Garrity Group’s Hashtag Tracker account. The online conversations ranged from education, health, poverty, the economy, to labor and right-to-work laws and reform.
Internet news sites are a regular source of news and information for New Mexico residents. After seeing some peaks and valleys in use, residents are relatively unchanged in their reliance upon Internet news sites as a news and information source.