Transparency International - Bulgaria presented the results of the Global Corruption Barometer, a survey of Transparency International
Transparency International’s (TI) Global Corruption Barometer (the Barometer) presents the results of a public opinion survey of about 59,661 people in 62 low, middle, and high-income countries. The survey was carried out by Gallup International, on behalf of TI, from July until September 2006.
The Barometer asks people about their opinion regarding which sectors of society are the most corrupt, which spheres of life are most affected by corruption, whether corruption has increased or decreased in relation to the past, and whether it is likely to be more or less prevalent in future.
Summary of findings:
• Experience of bribery is widespread outside Europe and North America; police are most often bribed
• Government performance in the fight against corruption is not felt adequate in most countries
• The perception remains that political parties and parliament are most corrupt, followed by business and police
• Political and business life are judged more affected by corruption than family life in most countries.
For more information please see the attached Press release and Report here.