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AD743: Amid rising corruption, most Africans say they risk retaliation if they speak up
Kicker: Two-thirds of citizens say their government is doing a poor job of fighting graft.
AD743: Face à une corruption croissante, les Africains affirment risquer des représailles s’ils en parlent
Deux Africains sur trois déclarent que leur gouvernement ne parvient pas à lutter efficacement contre la corruption.
AD744: Young Zimbabweans see their government as falling short on employment and the economy
Youth are more educated, less employed, and less engaged than their elders.
AD742: As climate change worsens life in Gambia, citizens want collective action to fight it
Rural and poor citizens are especially likely to report worsening floods and droughts.
AD741: Young Ethiopians prioritise management of the economy for government action
Fewer than half of youth approve of the government’s handling of their top concerns.
AD740: South Africans want to see greater government initiative to promote gender equality
Men trail women in support for equal rights in hiring, land ownership, and political participation.
AD739: Moroccans condemn domestic violence, but many see it as a private matter to handle within the family
Half of citizens say women will be criticised, harassed, or shamed by community members if they report gender-based violence to the authorities.
Eswatini Round 9 summary of results
Summary of results for the Afrobarometer Round 9 survey in Eswatini in 2023
AD738: South Africans see gender-based violence as most important women’s-rights issue to address
Nearly half of citizens say violence against women and girls is common in their community.
AD736: Combating gender-based violence tops Africa’s agenda for women’s rights
Majority of citizens say women who report violence are likely to face community backlash.
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