The index measures the perceived levels of public sector corruption worldwide with 183 countries taking part this year.
The five countries perceived as having the least corruption are New Zealand, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Singapore.
The five seen as most corrupt are: Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Myanmar, North Korea and Somalia.
Transparency International told Coupfourpointfive its Corruption Perceptions Index is put together with the help of a number of surveys, all carried out by different organisations.
It told us Fiji has refused to participate now in three surveys since the 2006 coup.
The last time it took part was in 2005 when it ranked 55 out of 158 countries.
In this survey, Fiji's best friend China is ranked 75 out of 183.
Samoa came in at 69, Tonga 95, Papua New Guinea 154, and Solomon Islands 120.