If anything, the most recent Corruption Perceptions Index shows that public sector corruption is alive and well in much of the world. The survey, which ranks 183 countries and territories, pulls together information from a myriad of assessment and opinion surveys conducted worldwide. Countries are assessed based on a scale from zero (highly corrupt) to 10 (very clean). The U.S., with a score of 7.1, falls behind 22 other countries on the corruption scale. Click through to find out which countries are less corrupt than the U.S.
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