Infographic: The Wallet Experiment

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Back in 2013, Reader's Digest has conducted a global social experiment to test how honest people around the world are.
Our reporters "lost" 192 wallets in cities around the world.

In each, we put a name with a cellphone number, a family photo, coupons, and business cards, plus the equivalent of $50. We "dropped" 12 wallets in each of the 16 cities we selected, leaving them in parks, near shopping malls, and on sidewalks. Then we watched to see what would happen.

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