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Exploring the Determinants of Trust in the President and the Executive: Similarity and Differences

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2013, 24(2), pp.541-566
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration

Kim, Byung-kyu 1 Yi, Kon-Su 2

1국립안동대학교
2지방정부학연구소

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ABSTRACT

This study explores the determinants of trust in the executive branch and the president, and the difference in the explanatory power of each determinant affecting the executive and the president. OLS and SUR are applied to analyze the equations. In the results, trust in the court, national assembly and society, national economy, and income level are positive factors influencing trust in the executive while trust in the press, the court, national assembly, society and constitutionalism, national economy, income level, age, supporting party, and governance assessment are positive determinants influencing trust in the president. Trust in civil organization and class perception are negative determinants on trust in the president. In addition, there is difference in the explanatory power of each determinant on the executive and the president.

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