Most Mauritians say India’s and China’s economic and political activities have a positive influence on their country, the latest Afrobarometer survey shows.
Only half of citizens see the influence of the United States in a favourable light, one of the lowest ratings among major powers and international organizations. But the United States stands first among Mauritians’ preferred development models, followed by Great Britain and China.
Most Mauritians are aware of Chinese loans and development assistance, but many are concerned that the Mauritian government has borrowed too heavily from China.
Mauritians trust most institutions but still think corruption exist within them
Perception of the economic situation and conditions of living, perception of corruption, trust in institutions
Mauritians still trust their institutions but think corruption is strongly affecting them