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BP140: Gouvernance, corruption et confiance a l’egard des institutions a Madagascar : Experience, perception et attentes de la population La trajectoire de Madagascar sur longue période se caractérise par des crises sociopolitiques récurrentes (en 1972, 1991, 2001 et 2009) qui ont à chaque fois entraîné la chute du pouvoir en place et ont interrompu les dynamiques économiques positives... Read more
WP89: Political sources of ethnic identification in Africa This paper draws on data from over 33,000 respondents in 22 surveys in ten African countries to investigate the political sources of ethnic identification in Africa. We find strong evidence that the strength of ethnic identities in Africa is shaped by... Read more
AD71: Support for democracy in South Africa declines amid rising discontent with implementation Majority willing to give up elections in favour of a non-elected government that can provide basic services. Read more
Summary of democracy indicators, Ghana (1999-2008) This document provides a summary of popular attitudes regarding the demand for and supply of democracy in Ghana as revealed over the course of four Afrobarometer surveys conducted between 1999 and 2008. Read more
Zambia Round 6 summary of results (2014) Zambia Round 6 summary of results (2014). Read more
BP32: Give us a chance! Uncovering latent political participation among Malawians Under the auspices of the Afrobarometer, IfESOR conducted a nation-wide survey of political opinions and attitudes in Malawi between 15th June and 3rd July, 2005. A nationally representative sample of 1200 respondents drawn from all the districts in the... Read more
BP8: Africans' views of international organizations Africans live in a globalized world. But are they aware of the United Nations and other international organizations? If so, how do they evaluate the performance of these organizations? Read more
BP159: Bonne gouvernance et démocratie en Afrique de l’Est: Que pensent les citoyens? Les expériences démocratiques de quatre pays -- aspirations et exigences communes ou divergentes? Read more
WP156: Deliberate disengagement: How education decreases political participation in electoral authoritarian regimes A large literature examining advanced and consolidating democracies suggests that education increases political participation. However, in electoral authoritarian regimes, educated voters may instead deliberately disengage. Read more
WP62: Delivery of responsiveness? A popular scorecard of local government performance in South Africa Just under half of South Africa's adult citizens think that the country's new system of local government is working well. Moreover, the level of popular approval varies sharply across provinces and may be declining over time. With reference to... Read more

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