63.1% of Malaysians oppose corruption vs 68.5% of Thais who condone it if it can benefit them

Thais more corrupt than Malaysians – Bangkok Post, October 10, 2012
…The analysed data showed that 63.1% of the Malaysian population is against government corruption, even if there is some personal benefit from it.
On the contrary, a survey of 3,125 respondents in Bangkok and 19 provinces conducted independently by Abac indicated that 68.5% of Thais condone official dishonesty if they have something to gain from it, Mr Noppadol said…
More than 90% of the poll respondents in Thailand believed that the death penalty would be the most effective way to curb corruption. They also wanted protection for the whistleblowers.

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