TI publishes CPI 2014: TI has published the 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI). It is disappointed with the results, saying they paint an "alarming" picture. Top of the list are Denmark and New Zealand, scoring 92 and 91 respectively. At the bottom, North Korea and Somalia score 8. In between, more than two thirds of the 175 countries surveyed score under 50. The top 20 mainly comprises EU countries (including the UK), and also Switzerland, the US, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Japan and Hong Kong. Barbados is the only country represented from outside these regions. Central and Eastern European, South American and African countries make up most of the jurisdictions that scored under 50. China scores 36. (Source: TI Publishes CPI 2014)