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AD695: Gender-based violence tops women’s-rights issues in Liberia; citizens say it is a criminal matter
But most think victims may be criticised or shamed if they report to the authorities.
AD694: Youth priorities in Ghana: Economy and employment take center stage
Young citizens are more educated, less employed, and less politically engaged than their elders.
AD693: Pour les Mauritaniens, l’éducation et la santé sont les deux plus importants problèmes du pays
La majorité des citoyens se disent insatisfaits des efforts du gouvernement dans la fourniture de plusieurs services publics.
AD692: Les Burkinabè font confiance à l’armée mais veulent qu’elle se consacre uniquement au terrorisme
Aux yeux des citoyens, la France et les précédents régimes du Burkina Faso sont les responsables majeurs de la crise sécuritaire, en dehors des groupe
AD691: In fight against climate change, Seychellois call for greater effort by developed countries, industry, government, and citizens
Citizens praise government efforts but want more – even at considerable economic cost.
AD690: As South Africa looks to Russia, how do citizens see influence of foreign powers?
Positive perceptions of foreign influence have decreased since 2021, including a 16-percentage-point drop for the United States.
AD689: São Toméans see gender-based violence as a top priority, and a criminal matter
More than half say violence against women and girls is common in their community.
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