n.1.Absence of confidence; uncertainty; doubt.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Interestingly, unconfidence in the press has a minor but negative effect (-1.6%) on displaying anti-Muslim behaviour.
It reduces the probability of anti-Muslim prejudice by 8% for young males with an unconfidence in the press.
If middle-aged, low-educated males living in large towns have unconfidence in the press, then they are likely to have a lower probability of anti-Muslim prejudice than the former type of people.
Referring to a vote last month on proposed reforms to the constitution, Ellen C, the Secretary-General's Special Representative for Liberia said that the peaceful conduct of the (constitutional) referendum gives the UNconfidence." "However, I would like, once again, to call upon all Liberian stakeholders to engage in constructive dialogue and to continuously move the country forward in a peaceful direction,Ao she said.