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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.
Child well-being in Zimbabwe
The people's perspective
AD688: Zimbabweans want councillors to prioritise voter demands rather than their own ideas
Citizens offer mixed reviews of local elected officials’ responsiveness, job performance
AD660: Most Zimbabweans want free media as watchdog over government
But more than half consider the country’s news media less than free.
AD658: Zimbabweans offer bleak outlook on the state of the economy
Only two in 10 citizens are optimistic that things will improve in the near future.
AD630: Zimbabweans support multiparty competition, say policy preferences inform voter decisions
Most feel free to vote their choice, but fewer than half trust the electoral commission.
AD625: Zimbabweans see their police as lacking in integrity, professionalism
Only one in three citizens give the government a passing grade on reducing crime.
AD618: Zimbabweans voice dissatisfaction with government performance on child welfare
The poor are most likely to say support for vulnerable children is lacking.
AD610: In Zimbabwe, majority support gender equality, think greater efforts are needed
Fewer than half think women have equal opportunity to own or inherit land.
AD607: Zimbabweans wouldn’t spare pupils the rod, endorse letting pregnant girls stay in school
Education reforms draw mixed reviews from citizens.
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