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In Malawi, women lag behind men in political participation and activism Findings from the Round 6 survey in Malawi (2014). Read more
In Malawi, women lag in political participation; support for women’s leadership declines Despite being led by a female president for almost two years, Malawian women are less likely to be involved in political discussions and show less interest in public affairs than their male counterparts, according to a 2014 Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Malawians admire South Africa’s development model but quality of products damaging China’s image Malawians wish the future development of their country to be modelled after that of South Africa, compared to alternative models of other countries like the USA, China and Britain according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Malawians admire South Africa as a model of development, see strong influence of U.S. and China Findings from the Round 6 survey in Malawi (2014). Read more
Malawians support a strong Parliament in spite of disappointment with their representatives Malawians value Parliament’s legislative and oversight role but are highly critical of the performance of parliamentarians, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey. A majority want parliament to vet the president’s appointment of cabinet ministers... Read more
Members of Parliament, poverty and institutions Findings from the Round 6 survey in Malawi (2014). Read more
Afrobarometer statement on Malawi Round 6 survey The following statement is from Professor E. Gyimah Boadi, executive director of the Afrobarometer project, and executive director of the Ghana Center for Democratic Development in Accra, which manages the Afrobarometer network. Read more
Economy, governance and trust in public institutions in Malawi Findings from the Round 6 survey in Malawi (2014). Read more
Majority of Malawians report the country is heading in the wrong direction A strong majority (78%) reported the country was heading in the wrong direction, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey held in March 2014. Malawians perceptions on which direction the country is heading to, and perceptions about their living... Read more
Malawians’ trust in public institutions declines as perceptions of corruption increase Afrobarometer conducted a public perception survey between 22 March and 5th April, 2014 which covered trust in public institutions and corruption among public officials. This press release is meant to highlight the key findings in those two areas as a... Read more

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