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Majority of Nigerians say country going in ‘wrong direction’ Almost two-thirds of Nigerians say the country is “going in the wrong direction,” a recent Afrobarometer survey reveals. Though harsh, this assessment represents an improvement from 2015. Read more
Nigeria summary of results (2017) Afrobarometer Round 7: Survey in Nigeria, 2017. Read more
More than one-third of Nigerians experienced moderate or high lived poverty in previous year, survey shows More than one-third of Nigerians repeatedly went without basic life necessities during the previous year, placing them in the category of “moderate lived poverty” or “high lived poverty,” a recent Afrobarometer survey indicates. Read more
Economic conditions, access to public services, and government performance Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Nigeria. Read more
Nigerians split on whether women should be elected, study shows Almost half of Nigerians say men make better leaders and should be elected rather than women, a recent Afrobarometer survey indicates. Read more
AD187: In Nigeria, perceived corruption remains high despite praise for president’s anti-graft fight In Nigeria, public perceptions of corruption remain high despite praise for president’s anti-graft campaign. Read more
Corruption, violent extremism, and clashes between herdsmen and farmers Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Nigeria. Read more
Unemployment, poverty, and religious beliefs drive some Nigerians to join extremist groups, according to Afrobarometer survey Nigerians say unemployment, poverty, and religious beliefs are the main reasons why some citizens join extremist groups, a recent Afrobarometer survey indicates. Read more
Public perception of Nigerian government’s fight against corruption improves, study shows Public perceptions of the government’s fight against corruption have improved dramatically since 2015, a recent Afrobarometer survey in Nigeria indicates. Read more
One-third of Nigerians – most of them young and educated – have considered emigrating, study shows One in three Nigerians – most of them young and educated – have considered emigrating, a recent Afrobarometer survey in Nigeria indicates. Read more

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