Is Africa's democracy dying? With presidents changing constitutions to stay in power and political opponents ending up behind bars, there's a popular belief that democracy in Africa is dying. But experts say there's actually a lot of good news. Read more
Almost half of Liberians perceive increase in corruption over the past year, new Afrobarometer survey shows Almost half of Liberians say the level of corruption in the country has increased, new Afrobarometer data reveal. Read more
Liberians’ views on democracy, trust and corruption Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Liberia. Read more
AD257: Liberians endorse democracy but are dissatisfied with the way it’s working in their country After election excitement, daily democracy: Liberians endorse democratic governance but are dissatisfied with the way it’s working. Read more
Liberia Résumé des résultats (2018) Afrobarometer Enquête en Liberia, 2018. Read more
AD256: La majorité des Gabonais estiment que leur sécurité personnelle s’est dégradée La question de la sécurité est extrêmement prégnante au Gabon, et cela depuis longtemps. En effet, il ne se passe pas un seul jour sans que les populations ne se plaignent des actes d’insécurité liés aux larcins, aux braquages, aux assassinats et autres... Read more
AD255: Note to Madagascar’s election winner: Crime, infrastructure, and food insecurity most important issues for government to fix Popular priorities in Madagascar: Winner of upcoming election has work cut out on crime, infrastructure, and food insecurity. Read more
More than half of Tunisia’s youth and highly educated have considered emigrating, study shows A majority of Tunisia’s youth and highly educated have considered emigrating, according to a recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
AD253: Ugandans endorse rule of law, but distrust and perceived corruption mar views on courts Uganda’s legal system is in the spotlight following a recent surge in election-related violence, some involving high-profile members of Parliament. Read more
Land reform should continue to prioritize forced removals, agricultural and urban vacant land Afrobarometer’s 2018 survey in South Africa shows that citizens want to prioritize the return of land taken from forced removals since the 1913 Land Act. More than a century later, the country is still struggling to redress this historical injustice and... Read more