BP27: Support for democracy and democratic institutions in Zimbabwe

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Briefing papers
Masunungure, Eldred, Anyway Ndapwadza and Noma Sibanda

Zimbabweans exhibit solid support for democracy but never seem to get enough of it. This is according to survey results from Afrobarometer Round 3.

A perennial set of questions in the Afrobarometer series relates to democracy, the demand for it, its supply, and support for democratic institutions. Round 3 of the survey repeated this set of issues and, given the existence now of three observations over time (1999, 2004 and 2005), trends and patterns are beginning to emerge. 

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