Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal seen as among most corrupt in western Europe

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The survey in this article appears to be valid however, the way Star Tribune framed the story can make it seem slightly less valid. For instance: "It seems to me to be quite blatantly obvious that the lack of transparency in public finances in these four countries has been reflected in the figures," Anne Koch said. After fully reading the article, no where does it mention that the survey asked questions regarding the financial sector of the government. In fact, the article blatantly states that respondents were not asked any questions about the financial sector, only the public sector.

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