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Manuel de données fusionnées de la Série 6 (36 pays) (2016) Zimbabweans’ development agenda remains unchanged since the Afrobarometer survey held in the country in 2014. Read more
Zimbabweans place most trust in religious leaders, NGOs and President Mugabe Almost three-fourths of adult Zimbabweans trust religious leaders and non-governmental organisations the most in the country. Read more
Zimbabweans pessimistic about country’s overall direction A majority of Zimbabweans are pessimistic about the overall direction that the country is according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Government fares badly on job creation but gets thumbs up for promoting opportunities for women A huge majority of adult Zimbabweans say the government is performing badly in terms of creating jobs, according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Most Ugandans favour proposed reforms to improve elections and Parliament, new Afrobarometer survey shows Ugandans overwhelmingly support proposed reforms aimed at improving Parliament and elections, a new Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
La justice demeure inaccessible à beaucoup d’Africains, selon une nouvelle analyse d’Afrobaromètre Une nouvelle analyse d'Afrobaromètre révèle que dans la plupart des pays africains, des obstacles majeurs entravent encore l'accès des citoyens à la justice. Read more
Kenyans see gains in gender equality, but support for women’s empowerment still uneven, Afrobarometer survey finds A majority of Kenyans say the country has made progress toward gender equality. Read more
Kenyans’ economic outlook brighter, Afrobarometer survey finds A plurality of Kenyans say the country is going in the right direction – double the optimistic response in 2011. But a majority of citizens still describe economic conditions as bad, according to a new Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Despite growing satisfaction with democracy, many Kenyans fear political violence, Afrobarometer survey shows Kenyans are increasingly satisfied with their democracy and overwhelmingly supportive of honest elections as the best way of choosing their leaders, but many fear election-related violence, the latest Afrobarometer survey indicates. Read more
50 ans de liberté d’association: Le droit est solidement ancré en Afrique, quoique loin d’être absolu (Afrobaromètre) A half-century after the United Nations formalized the freedoms of assembly and association, eight out of 10 Africans feel at least “somewhat free” to join any political organisation they want, a new Afrobarometer report shows. Read more

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