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Request for Bids for Afrobarometer National Partners Read more
Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Mozambique. Read more
A majority of Mozambicans are optimistic about the overall direction of the country and prospects for a stronger national economy, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey. Read more
More than half of Mozambicans say they fear retaliation or other negative consequences if they report incidents of corruption, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey. Read more
A slim majority of Mozambicans say they feel at least “somewhat” free to say what they think, according to a recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
A majority of Mozambicans want a democracy and think they have one, but fewer than half are satisfied with the way their democracy is working, a recent Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
Afrobarometer is inviting bids from organizations interested in serving as the National Partners (NP) for Seychelles, Tanzania and Sudan. Read more
Most Africans still want democracy, but fewer than one in six qualify as “dissatisfied democrats” who will protect against authoritarian backsliding, a new Afrobarometer study reveals. Read more
Democracy in Africa: Demand, supply, and the ‘dissatisfied democrat’ Read more
Afrobarometer and partners cordially invite you to attend the release of the Afrobarometer 2018 survey data on South African’s assessments of their personal economic conditions, lived poverty and perceptions of the country’s economic conditions and... Read more

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