Measuring the perception of corruption

This project was conducted on behalf of a major NGO, Transparency International, whose headquarters are in Berlin.
This barometer measures the perception of corruption by citizens of different countries, whether this is corruption in their daily lives, amongst the political elite and the government, or in public services…
This research was carried out by Efficience 3 in 18 countries - from Greenland to Australia ! ... and from Cambodia to the United States. It consisted of questioning 1,000 people in each country (500 for Greenland !), randomly by telephone or face to face using the Kish method.
This major study is mainly supported by the European Union through the ANTICORRP programme. The study report has led to several publications in the countries studied.