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Les Togolais préfèrent le modèle américain mais reconnaissent l’influence positive de la Chine sur leur économie Résultats du 6e tour de l’Afrobaromètre au Togo (2014). Read more
Les Etats-Unis sont plus admirés par les Togolais, mais la France est plus influente Un Togolais sur trois choisit le modèle de développement des Etats-Unis comme le meilleur pour le futur du Togo, selon la plus récente enquête nationale d’Afrobaromètre. Read more
Zimbabweans support ban on teacher incentives but decry banning of extra lessons More than half of the adult population in Zimbabwe (54%) think that the payment of teacher incentives (monetary and/or non-monetary) in schools in addition to their normal salaries and benefits is not justified and should therefore be banned. This is... Read more
Zimbabweans largely ignorant of the 2013 Constitution More than three quarters of Zimbabweans do not know about the Constitution enacted in May 2013 to replace the 33-year-old Lancaster House Charter. The new supreme law was overwhelmingly and peacefully approved in a referendum in March 2013 in which half... Read more
Perda generalizada de confiança nas instituições em Cabo Verde Os cabo-verdianos mostram-se menos confiantes nas suas instituições. Praticamente metade (49%) declararam que confiam nas instituições, o que indica uma perda de dez pontos percentuais, comparativamente aos dados divulgados em 2011. Read more
A Qualidade da Democracia e da Governação em Cabo Verde Round 6 Resultados da Afrobarimetro Round 6 - Cabo Verde - 2014 Read more
Mauritians trust most institutions but still think corruption exist within them Findings from the Round 6 Survey in Mauritius (2014). Read more
Batswana want president, officials to account and declare assets amid perceived escalating corruption - results Findings from Afrobarometer Round 6 surveys in Botswana. Read more
Batswana want president, officials to account and declare assets amid perceived escalating corruption Batswana express support for a law on declaration of assets and want the president and officials to appear before Parliament to account, according to the findings of the latest Afrobarometer survey. The survey, conducted in June 2014, also reveals that... Read more
Mixed views on democracy, accountability ahead of Nigeria's elections As Nigerians prepare to vote in the 2015 general elections, Afrobarometer survey findings show that support for democracy remains the majority view, though weaker than two years ago and tempered by high levels of dissatisfaction and low approval ratings... Read more

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