As described in Larcombe and Ridd, estimates for the percentage of published papers found to be reliable or reproducible in sciences such as biomedical science, have been as low as 50%, 25% and even 11%.

My question is: In mathematics, what percentage of published papers are correct? (i.e. all new theorems presented in the paper are correct, and can thus be relied on). Have any studies been done? Perhaps estimates could be made, based on the number of published corrections?

Note that while the problem of finding the exact answer to this question, for some given set of journals, might be beyond our present capability, the question itself, is objective - not a matter of opinion.