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Confidence means trust or faith in someone.
Confidence or Confident may also refer to:
- Confidence (politics), trust in government
- Vote of confidence, a political step
- Confidence interval, a term used in statistical analysis
- Confidence trick (or Confidence game, or "con"), intentionally misleading a person or persons for gain
- Consumer confidence, a measure of confidence in the economy
- Confidence (novel), by Henry James
- The Confidence-Man, an 1857 novel by Herman Melville
- Confidence (self-help-book), by Alan Loy McGinnis
- Confidence (1922 film), a 1922 American comedy film directed by Harry A. Pollard
- Confidence (1933 film), a 1933 American animated film featuring Oswald the Rabbit
- Confidence (1980 film), a Hungarian film nominated for the 1980 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
- Confidence (2003 film), a 2003 American film starring Edward Burns, Dustin Hoffman and Rachel Weisz, and directed by James Foley
- Confidence (Gentleman album)
- Confidence (Narada Michael Walden album)
- Confident (album), a 2015 album by Demi Lovato
- "Confident" (Demi Lovato song), a 2015 song by Demi Lovato
- "Confident" (Justin Bieber song), a 2013 song by Justin Bieber featuring Chance the Rapper
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