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Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in the Gambia. Read more
Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in South Africa Read more
Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Liberia. Read more
Two-thirds of Liberians want the exclusive black citizenship law in the country to be maintained, a new Afrobarometer survey reveals. The same proportion say only Liberian citizens should be allowed to own land. Read more
A majority of Liberians approve of President George Weah’s performance since he assumed office in January 2018 but rate the government poorly on economic management, a new Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
Partisan preferences aside, having a woman as mayor of their capital city – a historic first – should suit Senegalese citizens just fine: Most of them say women should have the same chance as men to be elected to public office. Read more
Afrobarometer September 2018 highlights
The latest from across the Afrobarometer network. Read more
Perceptions of corruption in Tunisia
Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Tunisia. Read more
أفاد 6 من أصل 10 تونسيين أنهم يواجهون خطر الردود الانتقامية في صورة ما أبلغوا عن حالات فساد، لكن مع ذلك، ترى نفس الحصة من المستطلعة آرائهم أن المواطنين العاديين قادرين على إحداث فرق في محاربة الفساد، و ذلك وفق ما كشفه اخر استطلاع للأفروباروميتر. أيضاً،... Read more
Six in 10 Tunisians say they risk retaliation if they report incidents of corruption, although the same proportion think ordinary citizens can make a difference in fighting corruption, a recent Afrobarometer survey reveals. Read more

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