Results

A majority of Zambians express confidence in the effectiveness of national elections The percentage of Zambian citizens who believe in the effectiveness of national elections in effecting change has nearly doubled in a space of 10 years. Read more
Zambians oppose physical violence against women and children Findings from Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Zambia. Read more
Zambians overwhelmingly oppose physical punishment An overwhelming majority of Zambian women and men disapprove of the use of physical force to discipline wives or children, Afrobarometer’s most recent survey has revealed. Read more
Zambians’ trust in the judiciary falling, as well as legitimacy Findings from Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Zambia. Read more
Zambians’ trust in the judiciary still high but begins to decline, legitimacy also suffers The percentage of Zambian citizens who recognize the legitimacy of the courts of law has declined from 79% in 2012 to 68% in 2014. The most recent Afrobarometer survey found that the percentage of Zambians who do not trust the judiciary has also... Read more
Zambians disapprove of non-democratic means of governance A majority of Zambians do not approve of non-democratic means of governance, according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Ethnicity and democracy - Zambia Findings from the Round 6 survey in Zambia (2014). Read more
Economic conditions in Zambia Findings from the Round 5 survey in Zambia (2013). Read more
Trust in institutions and corruption in Zambia Findings from the Round 5 survey in Zambia (2013). Read more

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