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Résultats du 7e tour d’Afrobaromètre au Burkina Faso. Read more
On a pressing issue facing Zimbabwe’s new government – currency reform – the country’s citizens express a strong preference for using the U.S. dollar or Zimbabwe dollar rather than bond notes or the South African rand, according to a recent public... Read more
Though polarized and distrustful of political adversaries, Zimbabweans would welcome a wide range of specific actions to help heal the country in the wake of its disputed election, a new analysis from Afrobarometer suggests. Read more
Afrobarometer August 2018 highlights
The latest from across the Afrobarometer network. Read more
Support for democracy is continuing a downward trend, and almost half of all citizens are not satisfied with the way democracy is working in Tunisia, new Afrobarometer survey results reveal. The proportion of Tunisians who say the country is “not a... Read more
تظهر نتائج استطلاع الافروباروميتر أن تأييد الديمقراطية يتخذ اتجاها تنازليا. و أن نصف المواطنين غير راضين عن الطريقة التي تسير بها الديمقراطية في تونس. كما تضاعفت حصّة المواطنين الذين صرّحوا أن تونس "بلد غير ديمقراطي" مقارنة بالنسبة المسجلة في... Read more
Selon de nouveaux résultats de l’enquête Afrobaromètre, le soutien à la démocratie poursuit sa tendance baissière en Tunisie, et la moitié des citoyens sont insatisfaits du fonctionnement de la démocratie. La proportion des Tunisiens qui affirment que le... Read more
Completing more than 50,000 interviews in 34 countries, Afrobarometer has successfully wrapped up data collection for its seventh pan-African round of public-attitude surveys. Read more
Gyimah-Boadi, who retired as executive director of the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) in February, is a former professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Ghana, Legon. Read more
About half of two groups that are critical to African countries’ economic future – the young and the highly educated – have considered emigrating in search of greener pastures. Read more

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