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WP179: Electricity provision and tax mobilization in Africa How reliable electricity in Africa could jump-start tax compliance – and pay for itself. Read more
AD196: Who’s watching? Voters seen as key in holding elected officials accountable Checks on presidential power: African citizens see important roles for voters, Parliament, courts, media Read more
AD188: Separate and compatible? Islam and democracy in five North African countries Across five North African countries, most citizens see religion and politics as separate and compatible. Read more
Radio remains the most-used source of news in many African countries Despite audience gains for television and digital media, radio is still by far the most frequent information source for Africans, a new Afrobarometer analysis suggests. Read more
WP178: Viewing society from space: Image-based sociocultural prediction models Using satellite images to predict people’s attitudes about the economy, security, leadership, and social involvement: Evidence from Botswana, Kenya, and Zimbabwe. Read more
WP177: One team, one nation: Football, ethnic identity, and conflict in Africa How football can build national unity and reduce interethnic conflict in Africa. Read more
PP43: Tax compliance Africans affirm civic duty but lack trust in tax department Tax compliance in Africa: Citizens affirm paying taxes as a civic duty but lack trust in tax department. Read more
WP176: The autocratic trust bias: Politically sensitive survey items and self-censorship The autocratic trust bias: Surveys in less democratic countries show self-censorship on sensitive questions. Read more
PP41: Efficacy for fighting corruption: Evidence from 36 African countries To what extent do ordinary Africans feel they can combat corruption? What informs whether citizens believe they can play a role? Read more
WP172: 800 languages and counting: Lessons from survey research across a linguistically diverse continent Lessons from survey research across a linguistically diverse continent. Read more

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