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Corruption in Queensland: perceptions and prevention
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.

This short report is a Queensland-specific snapshot of corruption perceptions and experiences, developed by the CCC based on the overall survey findings.

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

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Research report
Corruption prevention
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