The Global Corruption Barometer (or the Barometer) is a survey that assesses general public attitudes toward and experience of corruption in dozens of countries around the world.
The Barometer asks people about their opinions regarding which public sectors are the most corrupt, and their opinion on how future levels of corruption will evolve in the near future, as well as how their government is doing in the fight against corruption. The Barometer also explores people’s experiences with bribery, presenting information on how frequently citizens are asked to pay bribes when they come in contact with different public service providers.
Global Corruption Barometer 2010
Corruption has increased over the last three years, say six out of 10 people around the world. One in four people report paying bribes in the last year. These are the findings of the 2010 Global Corruption Barometer.
The 2010 Barometer captures the experiences and views of more than 91,500 people in 86 countries and territories, making it the only world-wide public opinion survey on corruption.
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Global Corruption Barometer 2007
The TI Global Corruption Barometer 2007 is the fifth and latest edition of the public opinion survey that assesses the general public’s perceptions and experience of corruption. The 2007 Barometer polled more than 63,199 people in 60 countries.
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