La demande de démocratie des Ivoiriens est deux fois supérieure à l’offre existant Selon la plus récente enquête Afrobarometer en Côte d’Ivoire, les Ivoiriens jugent l’offre de démocratie du pays insuffisante. Read more
AD350: Batswana see civil liberties as largely intact, split on possible trade-offs for security As Davis and Silver (2004) pointed out in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the United States, civil liberties ordinarily taken for granted in a democracy may be called into question when extraordinary events place them in conflict with... Read more
Millions of Africans lack access to clean water. This makes coronavirus a bigger threat. Today is World Water Day. Here’s what we learned. Read more
60th anniversary of the Sharpeville Massacre: Now is the time for South Africa to introspect By Gugu Nonjinge is the Afrobarometer communications coordinator for the Southern Africa region, based at the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation in Cape Town, South Africa. Read more
Ghana Summary of Results 2019 Round 8 summary of results. Read more
Although most Namibians support multiparty competition, fewer feel close to any political party, survey shows More than two-thirds of Namibians say the country needs many political parties to ensure that citizens have real choices in who governs them, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey, but the proportion of citizens who identify with a political party... Read more
African women have less access to the Internet than African men do. That’s a problem. On International Women’s Day, let’s consider whether all women are advancing equally. Read more
Après une décennie de progrès, la pauvreté vécue est à la hausse en Afrique, selon une enquête d'Afrobarometer Contrairement à une tendance décennale à l'amélioration du niveau de vie, la pauvreté vécue est à nouveau en hausse en Afrique, comme le révèle une nouvelle analyse des données d'Afrobarometer. Read more
AD348: Citizen engagement in Gambia: Enough to secure democratic gains? Citizen engagement in Gambia – enough to safeguard post-Jammeh freedoms? Read more
High cost, bias, and long delays prevent Ghanaians from using formal justice system, Afrobarometer survey shows Ghanaians say high costs, a bias in favour of the rich and powerful, and long delays are the three most important barriers that prevent citizens from using the formal justice system, according to a recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more