AD311: Ugandans commend their government’s performance in bridging the gender gap Bridging the gender gap: Ugandans praise government efforts to promote equal rights for women. Read more
AD310: In Togo, inadequate health services feed growing dissatisfaction with government performance Health problems: In Togo, inadequate medical services feed growing dissatisfaction with government performance. Read more
AD309: Election fatigue? Half of Basotho want a different way to choose leaders Transparent, free, and fair elections are a cornerstone of a functioning democracy. But can there be too much of a good thing? Read more
AD308: La gouvernance économique: Une perception positive des Sénégalais sur l’orientation et l’avenir du pays La majorité des Sénégalais ont une perception positive sur l’orientation et l’avenir du pays. Read more
AD307: Young and educated Ugandans are most likely to consider emigration Ugandans looking abroad: Young and educated citizens are most likely to consider emigration. Read more
WP183: Traditional authority and state legitimacy: Evidence from Namibia Do African traditional leaders weaken state legitimacy at the local level? Read more
AD306: With lived poverty on the rise, Guineans grow pessimistic, critical of government performance Despite their country’s tremendous reserves of bauxite, iron ore, gold, and diamonds, 55% of Guineans live under the poverty line. Read more
One in four people in Africa have to pay bribes to access services, Corruption Barometer shows The new Global Corruption Barometer – Africa 2019, released on African Anti-Corruption Day by Transparency International and Afrobarometer, reveals that more than one in four people who accessed public services during the previous year had to pay a bribe... Read more
AD305: For Senegalese women, advancement is real but uneven Gender equality in Senegal: For women, advancement is real but uneven. Read more
Africans want high-quality elections – especially if they bring change, Afrobarometer surveys show Most Africans support democratic elections as the best way to choose their leaders – if they see their previous elections as free and fair, and especially if those elections produced a change in leadership, new Afrobarometer survey data show. Read more