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
Access to justice still elusive for many Africans, Afrobarometer survey finds In most African countries, substantial barriers still inhibit citizens’ access to justice, a new Afrobarometer analysis finds. Read more
PP39: Ambitious SDG goal confronts challenging realities: Access to justice is still elusive for many Africans Access to justice for all citizens has long been recognized as a cornerstone of democracy, good governance, and effective and equitable development. Read more
How good are Africa's elections? Afrobarometer video. Afrobarometer video on African elections. Read more