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Change ahead

Experience and awareness of climate change in Africa.

More in Policy Paper 60.

In principle, yes

São Toméans support taxes but don’t trust tax officials.

More in Dispatch 316.

Rebuilding trust

In post-Jammeh Gambia, citizens express trust in the armed forces but are divided over whether ECOMIG should leave.

More in Dispatch 317.

Growing corruption

In Niger, citizens see business and politics as seats of corruption.

More in Dispatch 313.

How traditional leaders strengthen the state

Unique mapping shows chiefs build legitimacy of Namibia’s government.

More in Working Paper 183.

 

Fear in politics

A majority of Guineans say the government is doing a poor job of preventing election-related violence.

More in Dispatch 314.

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Spotlight

Survey Warehouse, Afrobarometer's national partner in Namibia, launched a weekly series of brief newspaper columns based on Round 7 survey findings and designed to raise awareness of issues that may have a bearing on voters. Learn more.

 

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Climate change in Africa: Survey finds worsening agriculture conditions and quality of life, limited ‘climate change literacy’

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Experience and awareness of climate change in Africa

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