New Delhi: Over 45 per cent of the respondents who have answered to a Lokniti-IBN National Tracker poll tracker feel that the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre is very corrupt.
While 30 per cent respondents feel that it is somewhat corrupt, only 6 per cent say that it is not at all corrupt. Interestingly, the UPA's negative ratings on corruption is particularly high in cities and among college educated.
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A total of 51 per cent respondents in Metropolitan cities and 56 per cent college educated feel that the UPA government is very corrupt.
Corruption perception of Central and state governments
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Central government rated as being more corrupt than the state government in 13 of the 18 states
Worst ratings for Central government are from Bihar
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Delhi's AAP government rated positively, fares best among all state governments in terms of image. Just 18 per cent feel that it is corrupt.
Kerala government fares worst among all state governments, 85 percent in Kerala called their government corrupt
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79 per cent of the respondents in Gujarat rated the Modi government as corrupt
In Bihar 90 per cent respondents feel that the Central government is corrupt
In Rajasthan just 54 per cent feel that the UPA government is corrupt.