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PEOPLE AND CORRUPTION MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA SURVEY 2016

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Table 4. Contact rates

Table 4. Contact rates per service (%) Q. In the past 12 months have you had contact with: A. public schools; B. public health services; C. identity documents; D. utility services; E. the police; or F. the courts? % who have come into contact with each service. Base: all respondents, excluding missing responses. COUNTRY PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLIC HOSPITAL ID, VOTER’S CARD, PERMIT UTILITIES POLICE COURTS Algeria 47 77 75 44 34 19 Egypt 48 73 53 40 34 27 Jordan 39 66 47 44 26 20 Lebanon 9 13 33 11 4 4 Morocco 52 74 79 32 40 23 Palestine 37 64 45 38 18 17 Sudan 50 66 63 38 34 21 Tunisia 35 71 63 25 12 11 Yemen 20 24 22 11 17 8 Table 5. Bribery rates by service (%) Q. How often, if ever, did you have to pay a bribe, give a gift or do a favour for: A. public schools; B. public health services; C. identity documents; D. utility services; E. the police; or F. the courts? % of those who have come into contact with the service and had paid a bribe at least “Once or twice” for each service. Base: excluding those who have not had contact with the service in the past 12 months and excluding missing responses. COUNTRY PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLIC HOSPITAL ID, VOTER’S CARD, PERMIT UTILITIES POLICE COURTS Algeria 7 7 8 6 8 9 Egypt 24 32 45 41 43 53 Jordan 2 2 2 2 3 5 Lebanon 3 13 29 19 * * Morocco 13 38 33 29 39 49 Palestine 4 6 8 8 9 15 Sudan 22 32 39 25 37 36 Tunisia 2 8 3 4 8 5 Yemen 36 59 72 48 52 71 32 TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL

Table 6. Handling fighting corruption in government (%) Q. How well or badly would you say the current government is handling the following matters, or haven’t you heard enough to say? “Fighting corruption in government”. Base: all respondents, excluding missing responses. COUNTRY VERY BADLY FAIRLY BADLY FAIRLY WELL VERY WELL DON’T KNOW / NO ANSWER TOTAL BADLY Algeria 34 35 17 7 7 69 24 Egypt 15 43 29 4 9 58 33 Jordan 29 32 28 6 6 61 34 Lebanon 59 18 16 6 2 76 22 Morocco 27 37 26 3 6 64 30 Palestine 31 30 26 7 6 61 33 TOTAL WELL Sudan NOT ASKED Tunisia 36 26 28 3 7 62 31 Yemen 70 21 5 1 4 91 6 Table 7. Ordinary people can do something against corruption (%) Q. Please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Ordinary people can make a difference in the fight against corruption”. Base: all respondents, excluding missing responses. COUNTRY STRONGLY AGREE AGREE NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE DISAGREE STRONGLY DISAGREE DON'T KNOW / NO ANSWER TOTAL AGREE TOTAL DISAGREE Algeria 25 25 18 10 17 5 50 27 Egypt 20 33 15 13 9 11 53 22 Jordan 9 57 4 16 12 1 66 28 Lebanon 23 28 5 16 26 2 51 42 Morocco 16 34 18 16 9 7 50 25 Palestine 11 55 8 19 6 1 66 25 Sudan 24 35 6 15 13 6 60 28 Tunisia 28 43 1 11 16 1 71 27 Yemen 13 42 11 18 12 3 56 31 PEOPLE AND CORRUPTION: MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA SURVEY 2016 GLOBAL CORRUPTION BAROMETER 33

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