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Corruption Perceptions Index

Scoring 180 countries around the world, the Corruption Perceptions Index is the leading global indicator of public sector corruption.

United States has a score of 69 this year, with a change of 0 since last year, meaning it ranks 24 out of 180 countries.

Find out about key corruption issues in United States in CPI 2023: Trouble at the top

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CPI 2023: Trouble at the top

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Top-scoring countries on the CPI have long fuelled transnational corruption. It's time they embrace change.

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CPI 2022: Trouble at the top

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While 2022 has seen some progress, advanced economies are still not pulling their weight in the fight against cross-border corruption.

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