The Global Corruption Barometer has concluded its findings on Malawi, as compiled data has been sourced from citizens. The 10th edition of the Global Corruption Barometer has compared findings from 2015 to this year, assessing various categories including bribery, corruption by institutions and many more.
Figures show that 72% of the surveyed citizens felt that corruption has increased since 2015. Another constant 12% feels that corruption has decreased. 11% feel that corruption levels have stayed the same, compared to 9% that had the same view in 2015.
In 2015, 27% of surveyed citizens believed that Members of Parliament are corrupt while in 2019, 43% doubted the August House legislators. 35% of citizens thought that there is corruption amidst government officials, as 44% feel the same in 2019. Business Execs are no exception to corruption, as 35% of citizens see the corruption, compared to 47% in 2019.
The Global Corruption Barometer has done similar surveys on 47,000 citizens from 35 countries in Africa. The survey is hailed as the largest and most detailed public opinion survey of citizen’s views