OECD: Morale – Lying

In World Values Survey, this question was asked:

Justifiable: Lying

However, only selected OECD countries were asked in the questionaire. The answer in the scale form was given, running from 1-10, 1 being “never justifiable” and 10 being “always justifiable”. The mean score given from all the participants in the respective country is shown in the graphs below:

People in France, Belgium, Germany and Netherlands are more okayed with lying as justifiable act compared to countries like Iceland, Denmark, Ireland and Italy.

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