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Introduction

Bienvenue à la section des publications d’Afrobaromètre. Pour des brèves analyses d’actualité, veuillez voir nos notes informatives (pour les séries d’enquêtes 1-5) et dépêches (à partir de la Série 6). Pour des analyses plus longues et techniques, se focalisant sur des questions de politique, regardez nos documents de politique. Nos documents de travail sont des analyses approfondies destinées à la publication dans des revues académiques ou des livres. Vous pouvez aussi rechercher dans toute la base des publications à partir des mots-clés, la langue, le pays, et/ou l’auteur.

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Based on survey responses in late 2014, Kenyans offering positive assessments of economic conditions are still a minority – but a growing minority. Read more
How tolerant are Zimbabweans? Afrobarometer Round 6 survey findings may serve as a baseline for efforts aimed at bringing people together and fostering a culture of tolerance where diversity is celebrated. Read more
How indirect colonial rule shaped the political salience of ethnicity in Namibia. Read more
AD123: ‘Neither good nor bad’: São Toméans critical but optimistic about economic performance
São Toméans critical but optimistic about economic performance. Read more
AD122: La présence accrue de la Chine en Afrique attire des appréciations largement positives
Un nouveau rapport d’Afrobaromètre révèle que, d’après les Africains, la Chine rivalise avec les Etats-Unis en influence et en popularité comme modèle de développement. Read more
Approaching presidential transition, Liberians supportive and critical of their democracy. Read more
AD120: Despite criticism of economic performance, Swazis optimistic about future gains
In its Vision 2022 agenda, the Kingdom of Swaziland lays out its goal of being “in the top 10% of the human development group of countries founded on sustainable development, social justice and political stability” (Ministry of Economic Planning and... Read more
Comment « corriger » les évaluations subjectives du niveau de démocratie en Afrique? Read more
According to Gabon’s national electoral commission and a subsequent Constitutional Court ruling, incumbent President Ali Bongo won re-election in August against challenger Jean Ping. Read more
Tunisians look up to China, the world’s largest economy, as a model for the future development of their country but consider it far less influential in Tunisia than France and the United States, according to Afrobarometer survey results. Read more

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