The government's trust rating was at 25% in December 2017, up from 19% in 2016. Meanwhile 73% said they mistrust it in late 2017 as opposed to 67% in 2016.
In 2016, the Saeima's trust rating was 12% while 82% mistrusted the Latvian parliament. While in December 2017, 19% of respondents said they trust the Saeima while 74% said they didn't.
The political parties are also seen as having become more trustworthy, with 79% mistrusting it and 11% trusting it, up from 7% in 2016.
Raimonds Vējonis, however, has seen his popularity decrease steadily but still enjoys more trust among the people than the Saeima and the government.
In December 2017, 54% of respondents said they trust Raimonds Vējonis, and 34% said they don't. His 'mistrust' rating has grown 10% since he assumed the presidency in 2016.