Malawi has completed surveys with Afrobarometer in 1999, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2017 and 2019. Surveys are conducted in English, Chichewa, Chiyao and Chitumbuka. The national partner is the Centre for Social Research, University of Malawi.
Data from the Round 9 survey in Malawi.
of Malawians say the government is doing a poor job of fighting corruption.
of Malawians say they believe “a lot” in the existence of witchcraft.
of citizens say cabinet ministers and government officials charged with corruption should be fired immediately.
AD581: Malawians cite lack of professionalism, integrity, responsiveness among police failings
AD576: Malawians see gender-based violence as a top priority – and a criminal matter
AD570: Malawi: A nation of strong citizenship ties and high – if imperfect – tolerance and fairness
Under one government after another, more and more Malawians live in poverty
Climate change making life worse in Malawi; citizens demand more action from all stakeholders
Majority of Malawians say vulnerable children lack needed support, Afrobarometer survey shows