Do you keep a close watch when you hand over your credit card?
Assume the other fellow on the road is texting or drunk?
Worry that a careless post will be spread by your Facebook friends?
If so, you're not alone.
Americans are a mistrustful bunch.
Nearly two-thirds say you can't be too careful in dealing with people, according to the General Social Survey, a massive survey of Americans conducted regularly since 1972 with funding from the National Science Foundation.
To find out more, an Associated Press-GfK poll asked Americans how much they trust others in everyday situations.