Results

Mauritian identity and tolerance Findings from the AfrobarometerRound 6 Survey in Mauritius. Read more
Mauritians are tolerant of ethnic and religious diversity but less of people living with HIV/AIDS and homosexuals Afrobarometer’s latest survey shows that Mauritians seem to accept the multi-ethnic and multicultural character of their society and have strong feeling of belonging to the Mauritian nation. Read more
Mauritians trust most institutions but still think corruption exist within them Findings from the Round 6 Survey in Mauritius (2014). Read more
Mauritians still trust their institutions but think corruption is strongly affecting them Afrobarometer’s latest survey shows that although Mauritians still trust their political institutions, they are increasingly concerned about corruption. Read more
Mauritians want term limits for the Prime Minister and transparent political party financing Mauritians do not want political leaders to remain in power ad vitam eternam and wish the Prime Minister to remain in power for a maximum of two terms. Read more
Political reforms: A term limit for the Prime Minister and transparent funding for parties Findings from the Round 6 Survey in Mauritius (2014). Read more
Mauritians support proportional representation, split on other reforms Mauritians favour a proportional representation system for National Assembly elections but remain divided regarding two other proposed reforms – introducing an elected president with greater executive powers and eliminating National Assembly... Read more
Economic conditions no cause for alarm for Mauritians While the recent public discourse tends toward pessimism about the country’s economic situation, Mauritians are not alarmed about their own living conditions, a new Afrobarometer survey reveals. Read more
Despite security concerns, Mauritians feel safe in their homes While crime and insecurity remain a leading concern, most Mauritians feel safe in their neighbourhoods and homes, according to a new Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Electoral and political reforms: Tradition verses change Findings from the Round 6 Survey in Mauritius (2014). Read more