A new study from The American Conservatives finds that a majority of Americans say that corruption is the most corrupt country in the world.
The report found that the average score for corruption is 1.4.
That is significantly higher than the average for all countries surveyed.
The survey asked Americans to rate the corruption of each country on four factors: corruption of officials, corruption of the media, corruption and corruption of businesspeople.
In the first category, Americans ranked Romania as the most corruption-ridden country in terms of corruption, with an average score of 7.5.
Americans ranked the Philippines as the second most corrupt, with a score of 6.5, followed by Mexico, Germany, Turkey and Brazil.
Americans gave the Philippines an overall score of 8.1, while Mexicans gave the country a score ranging from 3.7 to 8.2.
The ranking of Germany is based on a single fact that the German government has paid the country more than $600 million to settle corruption cases.
But German officials have not been charged with any wrongdoing in the case, the report says.
The study found that most of the corruption was concentrated in China, India, Indonesia, South Korea and Mexico.