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AD282: How trustworthy and professional is Togo’s military? Depends on whom you ask How trustworthy and professional is Togo’s military? Depends on whom you ask. Read more
Most Africans still want democracy, but fewer than one in six qualify as “dissatisfied democrats” Most Africans still want democracy, but fewer than one in six qualify as “dissatisfied democrats” who will protect against authoritarian backsliding, a new Afrobarometer study reveals. Read more
PP54: Democracy in Africa: Demand, supply, and the ‘dissatisfied democrat’ Support for democracy stays strong in Africa, but “dissatisfied democrats” who will safeguard its future are few. Read more
PP53: L’égalité genre au Togo: Progrès et points sombres L’égalité genre au Togo: Progrès et points sombres. Read more
AD259: Cabo Verdeans reject visa waiver for EU passport holders but approve of regionalization For decades, Cabo Verde has faced the challenges of modest economic growth, imbalanced development among its islands, and high unemployment, particularly among youth. Read more
PP51: Taking stock: Citizen priorities and assessments three years into the SDGs Unemployment tops the most important problems that Africans want their governments to address, followed by health, infrastructure/roads, water/sanitation, education, management of the economy, and poverty. Read more
Taking stock: Survey findings track citizens’ priorities, Sustainable Development Goals, and government performance in Africa Good jobs and economic growth top the priorities of African citizens, but government performance on these issues lags, according to new Afrobarometer findings from across the continent. Read more
AD244: Liberians approve of President Weah but are critical of government performance on the economy Yes and no: Liberians approve of President Weah but are critical of government performance on the economy. Read more
AD211: Malians split on role of Islam in country, but majority feel politicians use religion to rule Islam in Mali: Citizens split on Islam’s role, but majority feel politicians use religion to rule. Read more
Do East Africans still want a free media? Afrobarometer finds weakening popular support Popular support for a free news media has declined significantly in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania – three countries currently making headlines for government attempts to limit press freedom. Read more

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