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AD688: Zimbabweans want councillors to prioritise voter demands rather than their own ideas
Citizens offer mixed reviews of local elected officials’ responsiveness, job performance
AD687: Amid increasing insecurity, Mozambicans fault police for corruption, lack of professionalism
Only one-third of citizens say the government is doing a good job of reducing crime.
AD686: Tanzanians oppose physical force against women, see domestic violence as a criminal matter
Citizens cite gender-based violence as the most important women’s-rights issue their government and society must address
AD685: Zambians see gender-based violence as a top priority, though many consider domestic violence a private matter
Majority of citizens say victims are likely to face stigmatisation if they report to the police.
AD684: Mozambicans reject violence against women, consider domestic violence a criminal matter
But more than half say survivors will likely face criticism if they report to the authorities.
AD683: Bien que mécontents de la situation économique, près de la moitié des Tunisiens sont optimistes pour le futur
La majorité de citoyens n’apprécient pas les performances du gouvernement dans la gestion de l’économie.
AD682: Malawians expect ‘much more’ government action to protect the environment
Citizens cite deforestation and waste disposal as the most important environmental issues in their communities.
PP88: Brutality and corruption undermine trust in Uganda’s police: Can damage be undone?
Only about one in five Ugandans think the police usually operate in a professional manner and respect citizens’ rights.
AD681: South African youth say government is failing to address their top priority: jobs
Only about one in 10 young citizens give government a passing grade on unemployment, crime, electricity, and corruption.
Uganda Round 9 summary of results
Summary of results for the Afrobarometer Round 9 survey in Uganda in 2022.