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AD336: Despite freedoms seen as growing, Tunisians show limited citizen engagement Despite freedoms seen as growing, Tunisians show limited citizen engagement. Read more
WP184: Curbing intolerance of persons in same-sex relationships in Ghana: The important role of education Teaching tolerance? Education could play key role in curbing intolerance for persons in same-sex relationships in Ghana. Read more
AD335: Gabonese say president should be accountable to courts and Parliament, but often ignores both Accountability forms a central pillar of democratic governance. While free and fair elections help promote government of, by, and for the people, what happens between election days can be equally important. Respect for the rule of law and other... Read more
Citizens’ perceptions of the economy Findings from Afrobarometer Round 8 survey in Kenya. Read more
Plurality of Ghanaians aren’t taking sides yet in presidential contest, latest Afrobarometer survey shows More than four in 10 Ghanaians aren’t taking sides yet in a presidential race, outnumbering declared supporters of the ruling party as well as its challengers, the latest Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
Progress toward ‘reliable energy for all’ stalls across Africa, Afrobarometer survey finds Efforts to provide “reliable energy for all” are making little progress in Africa, a new Afrobarometer analysis shows. Read more
AD333: Ghanaians perceive increase in corruption level, give government low marks on fighting graft Ghanaians perceive increase in corruption level, give government low marks on fighting graft. Read more
AD334: Prerequisite for progress: Accessible, reliable power still in short supply across Africa No progress on power? Accessible, reliable electricity still in short supply across Africa. Read more
Corruption and public service delivery Highlights from the Ghana Afrobarometer Round 8 survey: 3 December 2019. Read more
Ghanaians perceive increase in corruption level, give government low marks on fighting graft, new Afrobarometer study shows More than half of Ghanaians say the level of corruption in the country has increased and the government is doing a poor job in fighting it, a new Afrobarometer survey shows. Approval ratings for the government’s anti-corruption efforts have declined... Read more

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