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By E. Gyimah-Boadi, executive director of Afrobarometer.
In July 2019, 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 and parties...
By Jeff Conroy-Krutz & Josephine Appiah-Nyamekye Sanny.
Crime and fear
Produced by Survey Warehouse and first published in Republikein, Allgemeine Zeitung, and Namibian Sun newspapers.
By Nana Kwasi Gyan-Apenteng; consultant in media, culture, and communication. He is immediate past chairman of the National Media Commission of Ghana and immediate past president of the African Communication Regulators Network. Email: [email protected]
By Jeffrey Conroy-Krutz; associate professor of political science at Michigan State University and editor of the Afrobarometer Working Papers series.
By Eyram Bashan; veteran Ghanaian journalist with extensive experience in managing legacy and new media. She is the founder of OctoComm Global, a media advocacy and training foundation.
By K. Riva Levinson, president and CEO of KRL International LLC, a D.C.-based consultancy that works in the world’s emerging markets, award-winning author of "Choosing the Hero: My Improbable Journey and the Rise of Africa's First Woman...
Afrobarometer finds that the level of commitment varies dramatically by country. Here’s the breakdown.
By Edem Selormey; Afrobarometer's field operations manager for anglophone West Africa and East and North Africa.

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