The next most corrupt in Bulgarians' eye are Parliament, the health care system and police.
Nearly two-thirds of respondents assess as inefficient the government's anti-corruption efforts. It means that people do not feel the effect of the anti-corruption measures, Kovacheva commented.
Seven per cent of Bulgarians have paid a bribe in the past year. The average bribe was 71 euro. The bribe is highest in the judiciary, 160 euro.
The survey found that people most frequently bribe the police.
The expectations of people in the EU member states is that corruption will be increasing in the coming three years. In Bulgaria, people expect the level of corruption to remain unchanged. For this reason Bulgaria emerges as one of the most optimistic countries in the report, said Kovacheva.