Results

Uganda: Are promises kept? Understanding citizens’ development agenda Social services – particularly health and education – are the most important problems that the Ugandan government should address. Read more
Eroded? Institutional trust suffers as perceived corruption increases in Uganda Increasing public perceptions of institutional corruption in Uganda appear to be eroding public trust in state institutions, the latest Afrobarometer survey suggests. Read more
Whose fight? Ugandans dispirited in anti-corruption efforts Most Ugandans say corruption increased in the past year, and less than half of them think ordinary citizens can make a difference in the anti-corruption fight, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Apathy and mistrust: the disenfranchising effect of corruption on institutional trust Findings from Afrobarometer Round 6 Survey in Uganda. Read more
Ugandans’ views on multipartism Ugandans support multipartism as a viable political system of governance but many are not satisfied with the way multi-party politics work in Uganda. Read more
Media briefing: Supportive but dissatisfied: Ugandans’ views on multipartism Findings from Afrobarometer Round 6 Survey in Uganda Read more
Media briefing: Disgruntled opposition or disillusioned Democrats: Who is for electoral reforms? Findings from Afrobarometer Round 6 Survey in Uganda. Read more
Uganda - Important government priorities Findings from the Round 5 survey in Uganda (2012). Read more
Uganda - Public perceptions of democracy and human rights Findings from the Round 5 survey in Uganda (2012). Read more
Uganda - An economy in crisis? Findings from the Round 5 survey in Uganda (2012). Read more

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