The Information Commissioners Office conducted a survey of across all age groups, genders, and regions within the UK.
Overall just 9% of people had total confidence in the banks and governments to store their data, with a net result of 53% who were not confident, and 16% not confident at all.
Also interestingly 72% of people said that they felt “powerless” about how their stated is stored.
The full ICO report is available here – ICO Survey Feb 2008
How confident are you with the way organization, such as banks, councils and the government, look after your personal details?