According to the new survey on citizens’ perception of the fight against corruption in Serbia, presented by USAID in cooperation with CeSID, Serbian citizens still see corruption as one of the three major problems in the country, with low wages taking the second place and unemployment in third place.
In the survey, conducted on the occasion of the International Day for Combating Corruption, 12% of the respondents have considered corruption to be the key problem in the country for the past three years, while for 15% of them low wages and unemployment are the biggest problems.
More than half of respondents (53%) recognize the negative impact of corruption on society, politics (50%) and the work environment (34%), however people are not fully aware of the specific consequences of corruption on their personal and family lives, as only one in five respondents (19%) recognize them.
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The survey provides information on citizens’ perceptions of corruption and the efforts made by the government and institutions to combat it, as well as additional measures to be implemented by the government to combat corruption and the progress made in this area over the past two years.
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