with confidence

See: fairly
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government remains low, with confidence in Congress and the Supreme Court near their all-time lows reached last year.
The strong increase follows two quarters of decline, with confidence now returning to its highest level since February 2011.
In the study by Smith (2013) in this issue on readmissions in patients with congestive heart failure (CHF), some results were reported with confidence intervals, abbreviated CI.
I know that many of you already have stories of things you have done with confidence.
Combining effect size with confidence intervals is the wave of the future in continuing efforts to make research understandable for the reader.
Statistical theory allows us to associate a probability with confidence intervals by applying the correct multiple of the standard error.
View the latest independent annual forecasts for the UK mortgage market to plan your future strategy with confidence.
As is the case with confidence in Congress, Americans' confidence in many of these institutions has changed over time.
Conflicting visitor counts and inaccurate conversion rates can make it tough for professionals to act with confidence, and with third-party cookie blocking accelerating by as much as 300% in the past 16 months, web-smart organizations need to adopt accuracy best practices for web measurement, including the use of legitimate first-party cookies, in order to help ensure accurate, predictable metrics on which to base decision-making.
With confidence in banking remaining so low and worsening on the margin, it is clear that the banking industry, banking regulators, and other policymakers need to do more to improve the confidence Americans have in banking institutions.
Throughout the Interview, especially in the most common areas such as income and deductions, TurboTax translates tax jargon into simple, everyday English so you can answer questions with confidence.
The five institutions at the bottom of the list -- each with confidence ratings below 20% -- are the criminal justice system, organized labor, big business, HMOs, and Congress.