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Kenyans give mixed score on devolution and call for better participation A majority of Kenyans are finding it difficult to participate in key county activities, the latest Afrobarometer survey indicates. Read more
Does economic growth improve social service provision in Tanzania? Findings from the Round 6 survey in Tanzania (2014). Read more
Tanzanians express dissatisfaction with current living conditions, perceive declining economic conditions Despite annual economic growth rates averaging of 7%, a majority of Tanzanians say their current living conditions are bad, according to the 2014 Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Kenyans register mixed feelings about devolution and KDF’s withdrawal from Somalia Findings from Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Kenya (2014). Read more
Perceptions of corruption in Lesotho Findings from the Round 6 survey in Lesotho (2014). Read more
Mauritians still trust their institutions but think corruption is strongly affecting them Afrobarometer’s latest survey shows that although Mauritians still trust their political institutions, they are increasingly concerned about corruption. Read more
Mauritians want term limits for the Prime Minister and transparent political party financing Mauritians do not want political leaders to remain in power ad vitam eternam and wish the Prime Minister to remain in power for a maximum of two terms. Read more
Political reforms: A term limit for the Prime Minister and transparent funding for parties Findings from the Round 6 Survey in Mauritius (2014). Read more
Chinese engagement in Tanzania: Is it considered positive or negative by Tanzanians? Findings from the Round 6 survey in Tanzania (2014). Read more
China influence seen as strong, positive in Tanzania China has a greater influence on Tanzania than any other country and is a preferred model for Tanzania’s future development, the latest Afrobarometer survey suggests. Read more

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