It turned out that much depends on the economic well-being of citizens. So say scientists from the University of East Anglia. They did a test on the honesty involving people from different countries.
The volunteers were asked to flip a coin and tell which side it has landed them on the palm. Note that for the dropped "eagle" subjects received five dollars. Next, the researchers conducted a survey with a series of difficult questions about music. The volunteers were asked to rate the degree of honesty of their opponents.
Most often lied to the people of India and Asia, where the coin toss is considered gambling, initially involving sleight of hand and cunning. Even less fair was the poorest countries, for whom $ 5 is a pretty large amount.