Roving Camera 9-12-19: To what extent do you think corruption is a problem in Boston city government?
It’s an ongoing problem. I don’t think it’s just part of Boston. It’s an American problem. — Askia Toure, Poet, Roxbury
I’m not surprised it’s come to light. It’s sad that it took this long. — Maxence, Academic Coach, Roxbury
Sometimes it’s a big problem. It’s all over — not just in one area. — Beverly Gill, Receptionist, Roxbury
I don’t think it’s much of an issue. I’m sure it’s not 100 percent clean. There’s always something taking place. But things tend to be on the up-and-up. — Kerry Bowie, Managing Partner, Somerville
It’s a huge problem. Local government is influenced by money. It trumps everything else. It’s pushing people out of the city. — Khalia Williams, Phlebotomist, Dorchester
On a scale of one-to-nine, I’d say nine. In the Walsh administration there’s too much collusion with private industry. — Pablo, Researcher, South End