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Objectives. To explore the impact Hurricane Katrina on citizens' trust in government. Of primary interest is the relationship between poor governmental performance in the aftermath of the storm and low levels of political trust. In addition, levels of trust are related to respondents' predictions regarding the time it will take their communities to recover. Methods. Relationships are investigated through an analysis of data from a survey of residents in the Katrina-affected areas of Louisianadoi:10.1111/j.1540-6237.2012.00932.x fatcat:yzh7lcuamvaojnuqppvhqawpau