Overwhelming majority of Ugandans say wife-beating is never justified, Afrobarometer survey shows More than eight in 10 Ugandans (82%) say it is “never” justified for men to beat their wives, according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
AD193: Tanzanians see country on right track despite persistent poverty Are Tanzania’s economic gains improving citizens’ lives? Majority see country on right track despite persistent poverty. Read more
Survey shows Zuma and ANC’s mutual dance to the bottom By Robert Mattes; a Professor of politics at Strathclyde University in Glasgow. Originally from the United States, he spent the past 25 years researching and teaching in South Africa before moving to Strathclyde in 2016. In 2016 he was visiting research... Read more
Tanzanians optimistic with government’s economic management, despite persistent poverty Most Tanzanians believe the country is going in the right direction and the government is doing well in handling the economy. Read more
AD192: Beninese approve free education but prefer quality L’éducation au Bénin: Les citoyens approuvent la gratuité mais préfèrent la qualité. Read more
Citizens’ perceptions of the economy and lived poverty Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Tanzania. Read more
Tanzania summary of results (2017) Tanzania's summary of results (2017). Read more
AD191: Majority of Mauritians say living conditions are good, but many question country’s direction In a stable political environment since independence in 1968, Mauritius transformed itself from a low-income country dependent on sugar into an upper-middle-income country with growing wealth creation from financial services, tourism, and other service... Read more
CDD-Ghana statement to commemorate 2018 International women’s day On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Thursday, March 8, 2018, the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) celebrates women for their immeasurable contribution to the social, economic, cultural, and political development of Ghana. Read more
Nigerians split on whether women should be elected, study shows Almost half of Nigerians say men make better leaders and should be elected rather than women, a recent Afrobarometer survey indicates. Read more