Friday, July 12, 2013

When it comes to corruption Religions score highly in the N.Z public’s mind.

Transparency International has done a global survey on perceptions of corruption.  

The results for New Zealand are listed first and in brackets the Australian comparison.  

Look who came in at number four?  

The Corruption Perceptions Index also ranks countries and territories based on how corrupt their public sector is perceived to be. 

New Zealand was first equal at the right end along with Denmark and Finland.  

1.Political Parties 46% (58%)

2.Media 43% (58%)

3.Business 36% (47%)

4.Religions 35% (44%)

5.Parliament 33% (36%)

6.Public service 25% (35%)

7.Police 24% (33%)

8.Judiciary 20% (28%)

9.NGOs 19% (23%)

10.Health services 17% (20%)

11.Education systems 16% (19%)

12.Military 11% (25%)
If you enjoy a laugh be sure to watch this Kiwi band video.

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