Q. For each of the following Australian industries and organisations, please indicate how affected by corruption you think they are:
|Widespread corruption||Some corruption||Very little corruption||Don’t know||Apr 2016 Widespread corruption|
|Banking and finance sector||36%||41%||14%||10%||25%|
|Law enforcement (police)||9%||42%||39%||11%||–|
45% think there is widespread corruption in politics and 36% think there is widespread corruption in the banking and finance sector.
50% of Liberal/National voters think there is widespread corruption in unions compared to only 15% of Labor voters.
49% of Labor voters think there is widespread corruption in politics compared to 31% of LNP voters.
Main changes since this question was asked in April 2016 were for banking and finance (up 11%), the building industry (down 13%) and large corporations (down 8%).
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