Results

Overwhelming majority of Ugandans say wife-beating is never justified, Afrobarometer survey shows More than eight in 10 Ugandans (82%) say it is “never” justified for men to beat their wives, according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
PP44: Slowly growing or stunted? How delivery of electoral, political, and economic goods impacts support for democracy in Uganda Uganda’s democracy satisfaction gap: How delivery of electoral, political, and economic goods impacts support for democracy Read more
Poor quality elections erode support for democracy in Uganda, new Afrobarometer survey shows More Ugandans say they prefer democracy over any other system, but fewer are satisfied with the way their democracy is actually working, a new Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
Fear, freedom, and security in Uganda Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey. Read more
Uganda Round 7 summary of results (2017) Round 7 summary of results (2017) for Uganda. Read more
Ugandans overwhelmingly favour age limit for president, Afrobarometer survey shows Three-fourths of Ugandans favour maintaining an age limit of 75 years for presidential candidates, a recent Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
Most Ugandans favour proposed reforms to improve elections and Parliament, new Afrobarometer survey shows Ugandans overwhelmingly support proposed reforms aimed at improving Parliament and elections. Read more
Outcry vs. disdain? Understanding public support for proposals to improve Parliament and elections in Uganda Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey. Read more
Is equitable justice a mirage? Ugandans cite hurdles in access to justice Most Ugandans believe that officials receive preferential treatment under the law, a recent Afrobarometer survey in Uganda reveals. Read more
Uganda: Is equitable justice a mirage? Access to justice as seen from below Findings from the Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Uganda. Read more

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