Results

Women’s interest in politics increases, though gender gap remains Ghanaian women’s interest in public affairs and political discussion increased between 2012 and 2015. Read more
Trust and corruption in public institutions: Ghanaian opinions Findings from the Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Ghana (2014). Read more
Ghanaians largely perceive public officials as corrupt Most Ghanaians perceive “some,” “most,” or “all” of their government, law enforcement, and judicial officials as corrupt, according to the latest findings of the Afrobarometer survey. A majority of citizens gave the same assessment of informal leaders... Read more
Ghanaians' evaluations of public service delivery Most Ghanaians are dissatisfied with government’s delivery of public services such as electricity, healthcare, education, water and sanitation, and road maintenance, the latest Afrobarometer survey findings show. The public’s negative assessments have... Read more
Ghanaians’ evaluations of public service delivery Findings from the Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Ghana (2014). Read more
Economic conditions: What Ghanaians say Findings from the Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Ghana (2014). Read more
Ghanaians negative on national economy and living conditions Most Ghanaians describe their country’s economic condition and their own living conditions as “bad” or “very bad,” the latest Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
Government scores poor marks on economic management Ghana’s government performed poorly on the economic management scorecard of most citizens, according to the findings of a new Afrobarometer survey. Read more
General findings from the Round 5 Ghana survey Results from the Round 5 survey in Ghana (2012). Read more
Government accountability and responsiveness Results from the Round 5 survey in Ghana (2012). Read more