Transparency International Releases Results of 2007 Global Corruption Barometer

19 July, 2010
• Judiciary remains most corrupt institution as education, police, tax administration, and medical services all worsen FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 29, 2008 Tbilisi, Georgia – Berlin-based Transparency International, the global civil society organization leading the fight against corruption, has published the results of the Global Corruption Barometer. The Barometer, which surveys 63,199 respondents in 60 countries, offers a broad spectrum of data on common experiences of corruption, including which institutions most frequently demand bribes, where citizens see the greatest degree of corruption, and how they see both the future development of corruption and their governments' efforts to eradicate it. The Barometer ranks institutions from most to least corrupt.