Results

Basotho cling to their independence in spite of serious political and economic challenges Most Basotho, protective of their independence, are against intervention or assistance from neighbouring southern African countries to guarantee free elections and prevent human rights abuses in their country, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Basotho disappointed with elected leaders’ performance More Basotho approve of their elected leaders than two years ago, but their assessments of government performance are increasingly negative, a new Afrobarometer survey reveals. Read more
Government and leaders' performance and democracy Findings from the Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Lesotho (2014). Read more
Amid political upheaval, Basotho support democratic process, reject military rule; trust in political institutions remains low Basotho overwhelmingly support democratic elections and reject military and strongman rule, according to a new Afrobarometer study. Read more
Basotho dissatisfied with the way democracy is working Only about one-third of Basotho are satisfied with the way democracy is working in their country, the 2014 Afrobarometer survey reveals. Read more
Economic conditions, crime, freedom of association and political affiliation Findings from the Round 5 survey in Lesotho (2012). Read more
Support for democracy and perceptions of democracy in Lesotho Findings from the Round 5 survey in Lesotho (2012). Read more
Women rights and women in politics in Lesotho Findings from the Round 5 survey in Lesotho (2012). Read more
Basotho Trust in Opposition Parties Rises Result from Round 5 Survey in Lesotso (21 May 2013) Read more
Trust in institutions and perceptions of corruption in Lesotho Findings from the Round 5 survey in Lesotho (2012). Read more

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