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WP53: Atitudes em relação à qualidade da democracia em Cabo Verde Dá-me um imenso prazer apresentar o relatório que têm entre mãos. É um documento de valor único. Afinal, antes do Afrobarómetro, quem sabia o que os cabo-verdianos pensavam acerca da sua democracia, do seu governo, da sua economia e da sua comunidade?... Read more
BP116: Zimbabweans' (mostly) tolerant views on citizenship Citizenship is about the right to belong to a state and enjoy its rights while also fulfilling obligations. Without citizenship, a person can neither vote nor be voted into public office. Such statelessness has, in many an African country, been at the... Read more
AD25: Zimbabweans see corruption on the increase but fear consequences of reporting Transparency International consistently ranks Zimbabwe among the most corrupt countries in the world (156th out of 175 countries in its 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index). Read more
BP74: Spot the difference: A comparison of presidents and governments' Performance Since 1999 in Malawi If one picks up an annual economic and social report on Malawi, it will indicate how the government has performed on various fronts, including sectoral growth, overall gross domestic product (GDP) growth, inflation, exchange and interest rate movements,... Read more
AD102: Perception du secteur minier au Sénégal: Potentiellement bénéfique mais peu transparent L’accès aux ressources minières et énergétiques offre un avantage comparatif important pour le développement socioéconomique. Plusieurs pays se sont installés durablement sur le sentier de la croissance économique en exploitant à bon escient les... Read more
WP152: Are South Africa’s youth really a ‘ticking time bomb’? This paper reviews longitudinal survey data on South Africa’s political culture produced by the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (1994-1998) and Afrobarometer (2000-2011) and finds that while there are real problems with democratic citizenship in... Read more
WP88: Narrowing the legitimacy gap: The role of turnover in Africa's emerging democracies Democratic consolidation depends on common perceptions of institutional legitimacy among citizens aligned with governing and opposition parties. Elections always result in winners and losers, but if they also create subservient insiders and aggrieved... Read more
WP34: Afrobarometer Round 2: Compendium of results from a 15-country survey The following is an overview of the key findings from Round 2. Read more
Popular attitudes toward democracy in Uganda: A summary of Afrobarometer indicators, 2000-2008 This document provides a summary of popular attitudes regarding the demand for and supply of democracy in Uganda as revealed over the course of four Afrobarometer surveys conducted between 2000 and 2008. Read more