Results

AD348: Citizen engagement in Gambia: Enough to secure democratic gains? Citizen engagement in Gambia – enough to safeguard post-Jammeh freedoms? Read more
AD338: The Gambia’s draft Constitution reflects citizens’ preference for term limits, gender quota The Gambia’s draft Constitution reflects citizens’ preference for term limits, gender quota. Read more
AD322: Gambians with clear message to government: Focus on service delivery Delivering dissatisfaction: Gambians’ list of priorities sends clear message to government – focus on service delivery. Read more
AD317: Gambians trust the armed forces but are split over the presence of ECOMIG In August 2017, as part of a broader reform agenda, Gambian President Adama Barrow launched a security sector reform (SSR) process to overhaul the country’s security institutions in line with democratic norms and practices. The reform initiative is... Read more
Trust and perceived corruption Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in the Gambia. Read more
The Gambia summary of results (2018) Afrobarometer Round 7 Survey in the Gambia, 2018. Read more
AD266: Gambians see sharp decline in emigration, though interest in leaving remains high Migration in decline? Gambians see sharp drop in emigration, though interest in leaving remains high. Read more
AD263: In fight against corruption, Gambians say citizens can make a difference, report without fear, and get official action In fight against corruption, Gambians say citizens can make a difference, report without fear, and get official action. Read more
Half of Gambians perceive decrease in corruption over the past year Almost half of Gambians say the level of corruption in the country has decreased in the past 12 months, Afrobarometer’s maiden national survey in the Gambia shows. Read more
Gambians divided on whether ECOMIG should leave the country, survey shows Gambians are split on whether the ECOWAS Military Intervention in the Gambia (ECOMIG) should leave and let the Gambia Armed Forces and Police take charge of security matters in the country, Afrobarometer’s inaugural national survey in the country reveals... Read more

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