Results

Perceptions of corruption in Tunisia Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Tunisia. Read more
AD239: Basotho support limits on executive power and transparency in use of public information Accountability in Lesotho: Citizens support limits on executive power, transparency in use of public information. Read more
AD238: Les Togolais tolérants envers (la majorité) des minorités et en faveur de l’égalité des sexes La tolérance sociale au Togo: Citoyens expriment des attitudes tolérantes envers (la majorité) des minorités et en faveur de l’égalité des sexes. Read more
Les Burkinabè dans un sentiment de sécurité relatif et inquiets de la montée de l’extrémisme violent Résultats du 7e tour d’Afrobaromètre au Burkina Faso. Read more
Currency reform: Zimbabweans reject bond notes and rand, prefer either U.S. or Zim dollar On a pressing issue facing Zimbabwe’s new government – currency reform – the country’s citizens express a strong preference for using the U.S. dollar or Zimbabwe dollar rather than bond notes or the South African rand, according to a recent public... Read more
AD237: Gender equality in Tanzania: Uproar and perceived progress Gender makes headlines in Tanzania, as when the president attacks birth control and endorses kicking pregnant girls out of school or when fake fingernails and eyelashes are banned from Parliament. Read more
Swaziland summary of results (2018) Afrobarometer Round 7; Survey in eSwatini, 2018. Read more
AD236: Au Gabon, les perceptions des élections s’obscurcissent suite à l’affaire de 2016 Elections au Gabon: Les perceptions citoyennes des élections s’obscurcissent suite à l’affaire de 2016. Read more
Sommaire des résultats du Round 7 au Madagascar (2018) 7e tour de l’enquête Afrobaromètre au Madagascar, 2018. Read more
Who will heal Zimbabwe? Public opinion points to steps toward nation-building Though polarized and distrustful of political adversaries, Zimbabweans would welcome a wide range of specific actions to help heal the country in the wake of its disputed election, a new analysis from Afrobarometer suggests. Read more

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