WP176: The autocratic trust bias: Politically sensitive survey items and self-censorship The autocratic trust bias: Surveys in less democratic countries show self-censorship on sensitive questions. Read more
PP41: Efficacy for fighting corruption: Evidence from 36 African countries To what extent do ordinary Africans feel they can combat corruption? What informs whether citizens believe they can play a role? Read more
WP172: 800 languages and counting: Lessons from survey research across a linguistically diverse continent Lessons from survey research across a linguistically diverse continent. Read more
PP39: Ambitious SDG goal confronts challenging realities: Access to justice is still elusive for many Africans Access to justice for all citizens has long been recognized as a cornerstone of democracy, good governance, and effective and equitable development. Read more
Access to justice still elusive for many Africans, Afrobarometer survey finds In most African countries, substantial barriers still inhibit citizens’ access to justice, a new Afrobarometer analysis finds. Read more
How good are Africa's elections? Afrobarometer video. Afrobarometer video on African elections. Read more
10 things to know about Afrobarometer data & methodology. 10 things to know about Afrobarometer data & methodology. Read more
AD131: Weak support and limited participation hinder women’s political leadership in North Africa Should women have the same chance of being elected as men? Read more
AD128: After 50 years, freedom of association is firmly established, though far from absolute, in Africa Afrobarometer surveys in 36 African countries offer some encouraging news: Most Africans feel at least “somewhat free” to join any political group they want. But only 21 of 36 countries have majorities who feel “completely free,” and some countries have... Read more
Do Africans still want democracy? Afrobarometer findings warn of democratic recession, point to long-term gains A decade-long upward trend in African citizens’ demand for democracy has ended with a downward turn since 2012, according to a new Afrobarometer analysis. Read more