Afrobarometer completes Round 7 surveys in 34 African countries

Image: Afrobarometer pilot survey in Mozambique

Completing more than 50,000 interviews in 34 countries, Afrobarometer has successfully wrapped up data collection for its seventh pan-African round of public-attitude surveys.

Despite a challenging funding cycle that threatened to severely curtail its activities, the network succeeded in carrying out its planned surveys in all regions of Africa, including its first-ever national survey in the Gambia.

Country-level survey findings on democracy, governance, economic conditions, migration, climate change, gender, and other issues are being released as they become available  on our website, and a Pan-Africa Profiles series of cross-country analyses will be released starting in late 2018.