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AD197: Role of citizen: Mauritians value national identity but limit civic engagement The Constitution of Mauritius grants citizens certain fundamental rights, including the right to be free and protected by the law, freedom of conscience, freedom of association, freedom of movement and of opinion, freedom to express themselves, freedom... Read more
Mauritius summary of results (2017) Summary of results for Mauritius (2017) Read more
AD191: Majority of Mauritians say living conditions are good, but many question country’s direction In a stable political environment since independence in 1968, Mauritius transformed itself from a low-income country dependent on sugar into an upper-middle-income country with growing wealth creation from financial services, tourism, and other service... Read more
Mauritians want child allowance as country faces declining population growth According to the most recent Afrobarometer survey, about three-fourths of Mauritians feel that considering the fact that the country is having a problem of declining population growth, the government should give child allowance to all citizens who will... Read more
Two-thirds of Mauritians don’t want cannabis legalised and are divided over government handling of drug trafficking A majority of Mauritians do not want cannabis legalised, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Country specific issues: cannabis decriminalisation, Agalega army base, education reforms and leadership qualities Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Mauritius. Read more
Most Mauritians see corruption in state institutions Six in 10 Mauritians (61%) say that corruption has increased over the past year, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey. Read more
AD185: Public trust in institutions, satisfaction with democracy decline in Mauritius According to the latest Afrobarometer survey, however, Mauritians are less satisfied with their democracy and have less trust in their institutions than they did just a few years ago. Read more
Young Mauritians see unemployment as the most important problem facing the country According to the most recent Afrobarometer survey, two-thirds of Mauritians say unemployment is the most important problem that the country is currently facing. Read more
Public trust in institutions, satisfaction with democracy decline in Mauritius Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Mauritius. Read more

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