Who Would Win the World Cup if it Was Decided By Corruption Perceptions?

Sixteen teams made it through the group stage in the 2014 World Cup to the knockout round and are fighting towards international bragging rights for the next four years. What if, instead of scoring goals to advance, each country won its match-up based on who has the least amount of corruption?

Each year, Transparency International releases its Corruption Perception Index: a country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of corruption on a scale of 0-100, where 0 means that a country is perceived as highly corrupt and 100 means that it is perceived as very clean.  Based on the Corruption Perception Index, check out which country would come out on top:

Corruption Bracket

 

Anna Dawson is a Communications Coordinator at CIPE. 

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