A total of 1,516 persons were successfully interviewed in the 2017 face-to-face household survey, major findings of which are tabulated below.
|Percentage of respondents|
|Keeping Hong Kong corruption-free is important to the overall development of Hong Kong||99.2%|
|Respondents had not come across corruption personally in the past year||99.1%|
|ICAC deserves their support||96.8%|
|ICAC’s anti-corruption work is effective||78.8%|
|Willing to report corruption||78.0%|
Public tolerance of corruption remained low. Using a 0 to 10 rating scale, of which 0 represents zero tolerance and 10 total tolerance of corruption, the mean score for 2017 was 0.6.
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