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Namibia summary of results (2017) Summary of results for Namibia (2017) Read more
AD209: Providing basic public services remains a challenge for Namibia’s government Basic services: Providing key public services remains a challenge for Namibia’s government. Read more
AD202: Views of Namibia’s economy darken sharply; youth more likely to consider emigration Compared to their elders, Namibia’s youth are more critical of government’s economic management and more likely to consider emigration. Read more
Gender quotas, GBV, German reparations, Koevoet, and other topics Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Namibia Read more
Majority of Namibians say traditional authorities should join negotiations on genocide reparations Most Namibians say traditional authority representatives should participate in – if not lead – genocide negotiations with the German government, according to a new Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Namibians want gender quotas extended to regional councils More than half of Namibians think that the increased number of women in the National Assembly has made Parliament more effective, according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
WP169: Indirect colonial rule and the political salience of ethnicity How indirect colonial rule shaped the political salience of ethnicity in Namibia. Read more
Perceptions on gender equality, gender-based violence, lived poverty and basic freedoms in Namibia Findings from the Round 6 survey in Namibia (2014). Read more
Namibia continues to lessen lived poverty Namibiai has experienced a dramatic decline in inequality and poverty over the past decades, according to official statistics from the National Statistics Agency and the National Planning Commission. The Gini coefficient (the measure of income... Read more
Namibians express strong policy preferences in comparison to the government Most Namibians favour policy changes from the status quo on several specific policies asked about in the 2014 Afrobarometer Round 6 survey, despite showing strong support for the ruling party. For example, 78% of Namibians interviewed for the Round 6... Read more

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