Public perceptions towards corruption unchanged since 2005

 

BANGI, 9 Dec 2014 – A survey carried out by Merdeka Center in collaboration with BFM Radio on the occasion of World Anti-Corruption Day (which falls on 9th December each year) found that 77% of Malaysian voters perceived the prevalence of corruption in the country to be serious. This perception appears unchanged compared to similar polls conducted in August 2005 and June 2012 which found 76% and 78%, respectively saying that corruption was seriously prevalent. 

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