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AD732: Mozambicans see government support for vulnerable children as inadequate
The poor are far more likely than well-off citizens to see child abuse/neglect and out-of-school children as common problems in their community.
O bem-estar das crianças em Mozambique
A visão popular
AD727: Mozambicans call for tighter governmental regulations to protect the environment
Majority of citizens consider pollution a serious problem in their communities.
AD724: Mozambicans who have heard of climate change want collective action to fight it
But climate is still a little-known threat.
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.
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.
AD504: Amid increasing weather extremes, awareness of climate change remains low in Mozambique
The latest Afrobarometer survey in Mozambique finds that citizens are largely unaware of climate change.
AD496: Despite doubts about government response to COVID-19, majority of Mozambicans want vaccination
A majority (59%) of Mozambicans say they are “somewhat likely” or “very likely” to try to get vaccinated.
Mozambique Round 8 summary of results
Summary of results for the Afrobarometer Round 8 survey in Mozambique in 2021
AD484: Amid insurgency, Mozambicans express fear, growing disapproval of government response
Amid insurgency, Mozambicans express fear, growing disapproval of government response
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