Results

La corruption prend de l’ampleur en Côte d’Ivoire et risque de gangréner la gestion de la crise de la COVID-19 Les résultats de l’enquête récente d’Afrobarometer révèlent qu’une bonne partie des Ivoiriens perçoivent de la corruption chez « la plupart » ou « tous » les agents de l’État. Read more
L’accès à l’eau et aux services d’assainissement, un défi pour les Ivoiriens même avant la pandémie de la COVID-19 La lutte contre la pandémie de la COVID-19 peut-elle être efficace si même avant son apparition en Côte d’Ivoire plus de la moitié des citoyens expriment un manque d’eau potable? Read more
La pauvreté vécue et le chômage sont en hausse en Côte d’Ivoire, creusant le fossé entre riches et pauvres Les résultats de l’enquête récente d’Afrobarometer montrent l’insatisfaction massive des Ivoiriens vis-à-vis de leur gouvernement en matière de réduction de la pauvreté et de création d’emploi. Read more
AD364: South Africans support social grants, but say work at any wage beats unemployment South Africans support social grants to those in need, but say work at any wage beats unemployment. Read more
Para a maioria dos angolanos, em situação de pobreza, o Estado de Emergência da COVID-19 revelou as suas vulnerabilidades socioeconómicas Mais de metade dos angolanos ficaram privados de comida, água potável e assistência médica e medicamentosa no ano passado, de acordado com os dados do primeiro inquérito de opinião pública do Afrobarómetro em Angola, deixando a descoberto... Read more
For majority of Angolans, lived poverty highlights vulnerabilities during COVID-19 state of emergency More than half of Angolans went without enough food, enough clean water, and needed medical care last year, Afrobarometer’s first survey in the country found. Read more
More Batswana are turning to social media – for better and for worse Social-media use in Botswana has doubled over the past five years despite considerable misgivings about some of its possible negative effects, the latest Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
AD363: Malawians’ voting intentions point to a closely contested presidential election Malawians’ voting intentions point to a closely contested presidential election. Read more
Majority of Ghanaians see media as free of government interference (Correction) A majority of Ghanaians say the country’s media is “somewhat free” or “completely free” of government censorship and interference, the most recent Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
Malawi summary of results (Round 8) Round 8 summary of results. Read more

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