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PP48: Demand for transparency, accountability drives call for electing local leaders in Ghana Elect or appoint? In Ghana, demand for transparency, accountability drives call for electing local leaders. Read more
Sommaire des résultats du Round 7 au Gabon (2017) 7e tour de l’enquête Afrobaromètre au Gabon, 2017 Read more
AD221: Despite threat to cocoa and reforestation response, only half of Ivoirians aware of climate change Threat to cocoa: Only half of Ivoirians are aware of climate change. Read more
AD220: Les Togolais soutiennent les revendications de l’opposition sauf la démission du président Depuis août 2017, le Togo a connu une succession de marches de protestation et de soutien initiées respectivement par l’opposition et le pouvoir, chacun prétendant représenter l’opinion du peuple. Read more
AD219: Popular perceptions of elections, government action, and democracy in Mali Much of the rhetoric ahead of Mali’s national elections in July has focused on security and reunification in the face of a continuing armed rebellion in the North (Bekow, 2018). Perhaps less obviously, the stakes are also high when it comes to what... Read more
emaSwati show declining approval of elected leader as elections approach A majority of emaSwati express dissatisfaction with the country’s leaders, according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey, with job-performance ratings falling significantly from 2015. Read more
AD218: Water is a major worry for Ivoirians La raréfaction de l’eau affecte plus de 40% de la population mondiale (PNUD), une proportion inquiétante qui risque de s’aggraver en raison de la consommation toujours croissante de l’eau et les changements climatiques. Ainsi, l’épuisement des ressources... Read more
AD217: La peur et l’expérience de la criminalité augmentent au Bénin L’une des fonctions régaliennes de tout état est d’assurer la sécurité des personnes et des biens. Read more
Zimbabweans gloomy about the economy, cautiously optimistic that presidential election will be a step forward Zimbabweans are downbeat about economic conditions but cautiously hopeful that free and fair elections will restore political legitimacy and launch economic reforms, a new analysis of national survey findings suggests. Read more
PP47: Public attitudes toward Zimbabwe’s 2018 elections: Downbeat yet hopeful? Public attitudes toward Zimbabwe’s 2018 election: Downbeat yet hopeful? New analysis from Afrobarometer. Read more

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