British poll finds that Museum curators are among the most trusted professions

 Two people are walking through a museum's depot filled with paintings.

A survey carried out by the Ipsos Mori’s Veracity Index indicates that museum curators are among the most highly trusted professions.

The research found that 82% of the public in Great Britain say they trust curators to tell the truth, putting them in seventh place on the list of 30 professions, behind nurses, doctors, engineers, teachers, judges and professors.

Find more details in an article by the UK Museums Association.