Burkina Faso Round 6 summary of results (2015) Summary of results for the Round 5 survey in Burkina Faso. Read more
BP65: Public attitudes towards economic conditions and government performance: First results of Afrobarometer 2008 surveys in Madagascar In 2008, Madagascans tended to hold a somewhat mixed and increasingly dim view of the state of their national economy. 28% of Madagascans thought their economy was in a poor state and 24% viewed it as healthy – 11 percentage points lower than in 2005.... Read more
AD64: South Africans disapprove of government’s performance on unemployment, housing, crime On most of citizens' high-priority issues, large majorities say their government is performing badly. Read more
WP142: Ethnicity and individual attitudes towards international investors: Survey evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa Scholarly literature has recently advanced our understanding of why citizens prefer or reject free trade. Empirical results based on OECD countries confirm the Heckscher-Ohlin model of trade. Read more
Summary of Results, Cape Verde 2005 Summary of Results, Cape Verde 2005 Round 3 Read more
WP78: It’s all relative: Competing models of vote choice in Benin Since the Third Wave of democratization swept the African continent in the early 1990s, a sufficient number of democratic elections have taken place on the continent to begin to analyze voting patterns. Benin, for example, has successfully held several... Read more
WP7: Public opinion and the consolidation of democracy in Southern Africa Based on public opinion surveys, this paper reports preliminary findings on progress towards democratic consolidation in six Southern African countries. There was considerable variation in responses among the countries studied, but overall the findings... Read more
Zimbabwe Round 4.5 summary of results (2010) Summary of results for the Round 4.5 survey in Zimbabwe (2010). Read more
AD117: China ranks high as development model for Tunisia but trails France, U.S. in perceived influence Tunisians look up to China, the world’s largest economy, as a model for the future development of their country but consider it far less influential in Tunisia than France and the United States, according to Afrobarometer survey results. Read more
BP96: Is crime dividing the Rainbow Nation? Fear of crime in South Africa Do minority ethnic groups feel more victimized than the majority? Is psychological fear of crime influenced by race, gender, social class, prior victimisation or some other factors? Finally, what role, if any, does media exposure play in fear of crime... Read more