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Professor E. Gyimah-Boadi, co-founder and executive director of Afrobarometer, receives the Distinguished Africanist Award. Read more
Afrobarometer UCT Summer School 2018
The Afrobarometer vision is to create a regularly updated data bank of public opinion surveys in a range of African countries, all sustained by a Network of like-minded and capable African institutions. Read more
Almost half of South Africans say that if elections were held tomorrow, they would vote for the ANC, according to a new Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Afrobarometer November 2018 highlights
Afrobarometer November 2018 highlights Read more
Two Afrobarometer founders have received Distinguished Africanist awards from the African Studies Association (ASA) recognizing their scholarship, leadership, and service. Read more
Afrobarometer National Partner in São Tomé and Príncipe to conduct an Afrobarometer Round 8 survey Read more
Request for Bids for an Afrobarometer National Partner in Algeria to Conduct an Afrobarometer Round 8 Survey. Read more
Trust and perceived corruption
Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in the Gambia. Read more
Gyimah-Boadi, who retired as executive director of the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) in February, is a former professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Ghana, Legon. Read more
Partisan preferences aside, having a woman as mayor of their capital city – a historic first – should suit Senegalese citizens just fine: Most of them say women should have the same chance as men to be elected to public office. Read more

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