PRINCETON, NJ -- Nurses continue to outrank other professions in Gallup's annual Honesty
and Ethics survey.
Nurses in the US have come out on top for the seventh year in a row in Gallup's annual Honesty
and Ethics of Professions survey.
Nurses shine, bankers slump in ethics ratings: Annual honesty
and ethics poll rates nurses best of 21 professions.
For the 7th straight year, nurses enjoy top public accolades in Gallup's annual Honesty
and Ethics of professions survey.
The Gallup News Service reported in 2006 that their annual honesty
and ethics poll rated nursing the number one most trusted profession in the US and stated, "Someone seeking a job that commands high respect need look no further than nursing." The Gallup Poll began including nurses in 1999 and since then, 2001 is the only year that nursing has not been rated in the top position.
In addition to NACDS' research, Gallup's annual Honesty
and Ethics survey has placed pharmacists in the top three among all professions for 10 consecutive years.
Gallup conducted its annual Honesty
and Ethics of professions poll Nov.
Synopsis: For the first time in Gallup's annual Honesty and Ethics of Professions poll, a majority of Americans -- 55% -- rate the integrity of members of Congress as low or very low.
PRINCETON, NJ -- For the first time in Gallup's annual Honesty and Ethics of Professions poll, a majority of Americans -- 55% -- say the honesty and ethical standards of "members of Congress" are low or very low -- slightly worse than "senators," whose ethics are rated low by 49%.
Synopsis: Nurses continue to be the most well-respected profession rated in Gallupas annual Honesty
and Ethics poll, with 84% of Americans rating them highly.