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AD311: Ugandans commend their government’s performance in bridging the gender gap Bridging the gender gap: Ugandans praise government efforts to promote equal rights for women. Read more
AD307: Young and educated Ugandans are most likely to consider emigration Ugandans looking abroad: Young and educated citizens are most likely to consider emigration. Read more
AD303: Most Ugandans see worsening drought, say climate change is making life worse The threat that climate change represents for Uganda and its economic development has been documented for years. Read more
AD173: In name of security, many Ugandans willing to let government monitor private and religious speech Compromises on free speech? Many Ugandans willing to let government monitor private and religious speech in the name of security. Read more
AD253: Ugandans endorse rule of law, but distrust and perceived corruption mar views on courts Uganda’s legal system is in the spotlight following a recent surge in election-related violence, some involving high-profile members of Parliament. Read more
Ugandans see shrinking freedom for political opposition, Afrobarometer survey shows Even before the recent surge in election-related violence, a majority of Ugandans saw freedom for Uganda’s political opposition as shrinking, an analysis of Afrobarometer survey data shows. Read more
PP44: Slowly growing or stunted? How delivery of electoral, political, and economic goods impacts support for democracy in Uganda Uganda’s democracy satisfaction gap: How delivery of electoral, political, and economic goods impacts support for democracy Read more
PP44: Slowly growing or stunted? How delivery of electoral, political, and economic goods impacts support for democracy in Uganda Uganda’s democracy satisfaction gap: How delivery of electoral, political, and economic goods impacts support for democracy Read more
Uganda: Are promises kept? Understanding citizens’ development agenda Findings from the Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Uganda. Read more
Is equitable justice a mirage? Ugandans cite hurdles in access to justice Most Ugandans believe that officials receive preferential treatment under the law, a recent Afrobarometer survey in Uganda reveals. Read more

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