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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.
PP81: Unresponsive and corrupt? Ugandan MPs hold key to how citizens perceive them
Satisfaction with MP performance varies by whether citizens think MPs listen to them and are free of corruption
AD536: For religious leaders in Africa, popular trust may present opportunity, challenge in times of crisis
Are people who trust religious leaders more likely to resist COVID-19 vaccination? Afrobarometer findings say no.
AD536: Confiance envers les leaders religieux en Afrique : Opportunité et défi en temps de crise
Confiance envers les leaders religieux en Afrique : Opportunité et défi en temps de crise
Majority of Kenyans believe resources intended for COVID-19 response have been lost to corruption, Afrobarometer study shows
Approval rating of government’s anti-corruption efforts dips after significant improvement in 2017, new Afrobarometer study shows
AD535: Basotho approach election with grim outlook on economy and democracy
Only one-quarter (26%) of Basotho say they are “fairly satisfied” or “very satisfied” with their democracy.
SDG 16 summary scorecard: Peace, justice and strong institutions (Indicator 2: Reduce perceived corruption in police, judiciary and Parliament)
SDG 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions
Mauritians see growing corruption and poor government performance, express mistrust of the political class
‘COVID-19 doesn’t exist’ tops list of reasons among vaccine- hesitant Nigerians, Afrobarometer survey shows