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Impact stories

When the people’s preferences inform policy.

The police pledge to do better in fighting corruption. An influential global index highlights public opinion data. A high court says the people are ready for change. In the halls of power, the voices of ordinary citizens are being heard.

What difference has Afrobarometer made?

By replacing stereotypes and generalisations with reliable data, our research has helped make public opinion a pillar of African democracy.

Malawi: A renewed call for government’s commitment to uproot corruption

Since assuming office Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera has talked tough and pledged zero tolerance for corruption.

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What Do Africans Think About the Continent’s Future?

The United States Institute of Peace hosts a look at Afrobarometer findings on trends and potential threats to peace and development in Africa.

Watch the webinar here