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Zimbabweans remain apprehensive about manipulation of the presidential election, new survey finds Zimbabwe’s presidential campaign has done little to allay popular apprehensions about the security of the vote, the counting of ballots, the announcement of election results, and the possibility of post-election violence, according to a new public... Read more
Fear, self-censorship decline but still high as Zimbabwe approaches election, new survey finds Fear of electoral violence and of openly expressing their views declined but were still at above-average levels as Zimbabwe approached its July 30 presidential election, a new survey shows. Read more
AD223: Zimbabwe’s presidential race tightens one month ahead of July 30 voting For the first time in a generation, Zimbabweans will vote in presidential, parliamentary, and local government elections on July 30, 2018 without the name of Robert Mugabe at the top of the ballot. Read more
Zimbabwe’s presidential race tightens one month ahead of July 30 voting, new survey finds Zimbabwe’s presidential race tightened between early May and early July as incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa’s lead over challenger Nelson Chamisa dropped from 11 to just 3 percentage points among registered likely voters, a new survey shows. Read more
PP47: Public attitudes toward Zimbabwe’s 2018 elections: Downbeat yet hopeful? Public attitudes toward Zimbabwe’s 2018 election: Downbeat yet hopeful? New analysis from Afrobarometer. Read more
Zimbabweans gloomy about the economy, cautiously optimistic that presidential election will be a step forward Zimbabweans are downbeat about economic conditions but cautiously hopeful that free and fair elections will restore political legitimacy and launch economic reforms, a new analysis of national survey findings suggests. Read more
Zimbabweans say November 2017 military intervention was needed but want military out of politics Most Zimbabweans see the military intervention that led to the resignation of President Robert Mugabe as either “the right thing to do” or “wrong but necessary,” according to a new national survey by Afrobarometer partner Mass Public Opinion Institute (... Read more

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