Global Corruption Barometer 2013

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Report published 19 July 2013
The Global Corruption Barometer 2013 draws on a survey of more than 114,000 respondents in 107 countries. It addresses people’s direct experiences with bribery and details their views on corruption in the main institutions in their countries. It also provides insights into people's willingness to stop corruption. Visit the Barometer web pages.

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Errata

Please note that the following mistakes occurred in the report:

Pages 27-30:

  • Australia: The interview method was listed as CATI, when it should read Online
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: BBSS was listed as the survey company, when it should read Mareco Index Bosnia
  • Estonia: Riat was listed as the survey company, when it should read RAIT
  • Ethiopia: The interview method was listed as CATI, when it should read Face to face
  • Greece: Centrum was listed as the survey company, when it should read Alternative Research
  • Hungary: The interview method was listed as Face to face, when it should read CATI
  • Iraq: IIASS was listed as the survey company and coverage as National, when it should read IIACSS and Urban
  • Japan: The interview method was listed as Online, when it should read Face to face
  • Malaysia: The interview method was listed as CATI, when it should read Face to face
  • Maldives: The interview method was listed as Face to face and coverage as National, when it should read CATI and Urban
  • New Zealand: The interview method was listed as CATI, when it should read Online
  • Serbia: BBSS was listed as the survey company, when it should read TNS Medium Gallup
  • Slovenia: The interview method was listed as Face to face, when it should read CATI
  • South Sudan: The interview method was listed as CATI and coverage as National, when it should read Face to face and Urban
  • Taiwan: WisdomAsia was listed as the survey company and CATI as the interview method, when it should read Cass Research Centre and Online
  • Thailand: The interview method was listed as CATI, when it should read Face to face
  • Uganda: The coverage was listed as Urban+Rural, when it should read Urban
  • United Kingdom: ORC was listed as the survey company, when it should read ORB

We have corrected the report accordingly and apologise for these mistakes.



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