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AD558: La violence domestique est une affaire pénale et non familiale pour les Gabonais
Mais la majorité estiment qu’il est justifié pour un homme d’utiliser la discipline physique sur sa femme.
AD557: Zimbabweans see gender-based violence as most important women’s-rights issue to address
Majority say domestic violence should be treated as a criminal matter, not a private matter to be resolved within the family.
AD556: Zimbabweans approve of COVID-19 response but expect more aid for vulnerable households
Most citizens trust government to ensure safety of vaccines
AD555: Basotho cite brutality, lack of professionalism, and corruption among police failings
Share of citizens who say they don’t trust the police “at all” has climbed by 20 percentage points since 2017
AD554: Kenyan government gets mixed reviews on child welfare, especially from disadvantaged citizens
Poor or unschooled citizens are less confident that support is available for vulnerable children
AD553: Les Africains sont très divergents quant au vaccin COVID-19 et ne croient pas que leur gouvernement puisse en garantir l’innocuité
Majorité des citoyens estiment que la prière est plus efficace que les vaccins
AD553: Africans are split on COVID-19 vaccination, don’t trust government to ensure vaccine safety
Majority say they believe prayer is more effective than vaccines in preventing COVID-19 infection
Namibia Round 9 summary of results
Summary of results for the Afrobarometer Round 9 survey in Namibia in 2021
AD552: Kenyans cite criminal activity, lack of respect, and corruption among police failings
More than two-thirds (68%) of Kenyans say "most" or "all" police are corrupt.
AD551: Support for elections weakens among Africans; many see them as ineffective in holding leaders accountable
Still, most citizens prefer elections and multiparty competition over other methods for choosing their leaders.