WP7: Public opinion and the consolidation of democracy in Southern Africa

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Mattes, Robert, Michael Bratton, Yul Derek Davids and Cherrel Africa

Consolidating the young democracies of Southern Africa depends to a great extent on developing a democratic culture to support, defend, and sustain the practices, procedures, and institutions of representative popular government. Until now, however, we have known very little about what Southern Africans think about democracy, their new democratic institutions, or how they compare democracy to what that had before.

In order to fill this information void, a consortium of national research partners from seven countries across the region has created the Southern Africa Democracy Barometer (SADB). The SADB consists of national research teams at the University of Botswana, Sechaba Consultants of Lesotho, Centre for Social Research at the University of Malawi, the Institute for Public Affairs in Namibia, the Institute for Democracy In South Africa, the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Zambia, and the University of Zimbabwe. 

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