Transparency International has published its corruption perceptions index for 2010. Almost three quarters of the 178 countries covered by the index scored below five on a scale from 10 (perceived to be very clean) to 0 (perceived to be highly corrupt). Countries with the lowest score on the index include: Somalia, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Iraq, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Sudan, Chad, Burundi and Equatorial Guinea. Denmark, New Zealand and Singapore came top of the list, each receiving a score of 9.3