Media advisory: Transparency International to publish USA corruption poll on 12 December 2017

Issued by Transparency International Secretariat



Transparency International will release the results of a public opinion poll about people’s perceptions of corruption in the USA on Tuesday, 12 December 2017 at 6am EST.

The survey asks the public to rate the government's performance in tackling corruption, whether corruption has increased or declined in the previous year, and what they as citizens can do to combat corruption.

The survey also looks at which key groups and influencers - from the White House and Congress to the police and religious leaders - are considered most corrupt.

US Corruption Barometer 2017

12 December 2017

06:00am EST / 12:00 CET

Available online at ;

Embargoed copies of a summary of the findings and a press release are available on request from [email protected]

Press Conference: Transparency International will present the findings of the US Corruption Barometer, with analysis, insights and recommendations based on the results. Speakers will include Transparency International and our strategic partners in the USA: Financial Accountability & Corporate Transparency (FACT) Coalition, Open the Government (OTG), Project on Government Oversight (POGO), and The Sunlight Foundation. 

Location: National Press Club, Washington D.C

Date & Time: 8:00 - 11:00am, 12.12.2017

Schedule: Breakfast 8am -  9am; Press Conference from 9am 

For more information and registration please email [email protected] 


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