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Corruption in Queensland: perceptions and prevention

Findings from the 2018 Global Corruption Barometer Survey (Australia)

In May-June 2018 Griffith University and Transparency International Australia conducted a special Global Corruption Barometer Survey (Australia), with additional funding from the CCC to enable more Queenslanders to be included.

The in-person telephone poll of 2,218 adults provides the first measure since 2012 of the growing impact of corruption on citizens’ trust and confidence in government.

global-corruption-barometer-thumbnail.pngCorruption in Queensland: Perceptions and prevention
This short report is a Queensland-specific snapshot of corruption perceptions and experiences, developed by the CCC based on the overall survey findings. Read the report.

Read more information about the 2018 Global Barometer Survey (Australia).

    Last updated: 07 December 2018

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