Overall – Opposition to bribe taking was strong.The paper is by Teresa Hernandez & Robert W. McGee.
Gender – Females were significantly more opposed to bribe taking than men.
Age – The relationship between age and attitude toward bribe taking was linear. The older the age group, the more opposition there was to bribe taking…
Religiosity - Those who considered themselves to be religious were most strongly opposed to bribe taking, followed by nonreligious people and atheists.
Marital Status – Married and widowed people were most opposed to bribe taking, followed by divorced, separated, living together as married and single/never married people.
Education Level – Education was not a significant variable.
Employment Status – Retired people were most strongly opposed to bribe taking, followed by housewives, the self-employed, students, full-time and part-time employees and unemployed.