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AD346: Sierra Leoneans say health care hard to access, beset by corruption – especially for the poor Sierra Leoneans say medical care is hard to access, beset by corruption – especially for the poor. Read more
AD345: Fear of political violence soars in Sierra Leone Fear of political violence soars in Sierra Leone. Read more
AD344: Sierra Leoneans strong on democracy, but split on whether dual citizens should participate After an unstable political history of autocratic rule, coups and counter-coups, and a destructive decade-long civil war, Sierra Leoneans want to live in a democracy with elections and multiparty competition, according to findings from the most recent... Read more
AD343: Climate change: Few Moroccans see it as making life worse, feel empowered to fight it Climate change: Few Moroccans see it as making life worse, feel empowered to fight it. Read more
Intolerance of same-sex relationships may be on the decline in Botswana, Afrobarometer survey suggests More than half of Batswana would object to working or worshipping with someone who is in a same-sex relationship, but such intolerance is significantly less pronounced among younger and more-educated citizens and appears to be declining, according to a... Read more
AD342: Free vs. false: Namibia’s changing media landscape presents tough choices for citizens Eight out of 10 Namibians see their news media as generally free. But a majority (56%) think the government should be able to prevent publications it disapproves of. Read more
AD340: Most Malawians see legal challenge to election results as justified, courts as impartial and trustworthy As Malawians have endlessly debated, challenged, defended, and protested the results of last May’s presidential election, all eyes and ears have been on the country’s courts. Read more
Most Malawians see declining quality of elections, express little trust in the electoral commission A majority of Malawians believe the quality of their elections has declined and express little trust in the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC), a new Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
AD341: Malawians see declining quality of elections, express little trust in the electoral commission Last May, Malawians went to the polls for their sixth national election since the country returned to multiparty democracy in 1994. The outcome was the most disputed election result in their history, marked by legal challenges, six months of court... Read more
Most Malawians see legal challenge to election results as justified, courts as impartial and trustworthy As of late 2019, a majority of Malawians considered the political opposition justified in challenging the declared results of the 2019 election, a new national survey by Afrobarometer shows. Most also saw the country’s courts as trustworthy and impartial. Read more

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