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Most Ghanaians are dissatisfied with government’s delivery of public services such as electricity, healthcare, education, water and sanitation, and road maintenance, the latest Afrobarometer survey findings show. The public’s negative assessments have... Read more
More Basotho approve of their elected leaders than two years ago, but their assessments of government performance are increasingly negative, a new Afrobarometer survey reveals. Read more
Findings from the Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Lesotho (2014). Read more
Les Burkinabé Rejettent le Concept du Régime Militaire (FR) [4 November 2014] Read more
Burkina Faso citizens reject military rule
More than six in 10 Burkina Faso citizens reject military rule as a system of government, according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Findings from the Round 6 survey in Namibia (2014). Read more
Two-thirds of Burkina Faso citizens favour a two-term limit on presidential mandates, according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Most Namibians trust their president and prime minister and approve of their job performance, the latest Afrobarometer survey indicates. Read more
The SWAPO Party of Namibia continues to dominate the political scene in Namibia, with strong advantages in public trust and voter preference, but public tolerance of opposition parties may also be on the increase, according to the latest Afrobarometer... Read more
Most Namibians (55%) say the controversial Third Constitutional Amendment1 was passed without adequate public consultation, according to a new Afrobarometer survey. Read more