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The largest-ever survey of Africans’ perceptions of climate change has found widespread reports of worsening quality of life and deteriorating conditions for agricultural production, as well as limited “climate change literacy” among average citizens. Read more
In July 2019, Survey Warehouse, Afrobarometer's national partner in Namibia, launched a weekly series of brief newspaper columns based on Round 7 survey findings and designed to raise awareness of issues that may have a bearing on voters and parties... Read more
Afrobarometer July 2019
July 2019 highlights Read more
Crime and fear
Produced by Survey Warehouse and first published in Republikein, Allgemeine Zeitung, and Namibian Sun newspapers. Read more
We are hiring: Afrobarometer Director of Engagement Read more
South Africans believe corruption is increasing in the country. Read more
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
The 10th edition of the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Africa, reveals that while most people in Africa feel corruption increased in their country, a majority also feel optimistic that they, as citizens, can make a difference in the fight against... Read more
Should polling shape U.S. policy decisions in Africa? Read more

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