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AD187: In Nigeria, perceived corruption remains high despite praise for president’s anti-graft fight In Nigeria, public perceptions of corruption remain high despite praise for president’s anti-graft campaign. Read more
Public perception of Nigerian government’s fight against corruption improves, study shows Public perceptions of the government’s fight against corruption have improved dramatically since 2015, a recent Afrobarometer survey in Nigeria indicates. Read more
Corruption, violent extremism, and clashes between herdsmen and farmers Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Nigeria. Read more
Unemployment, poverty, and religious beliefs drive some Nigerians to join extremist groups, according to Afrobarometer survey Nigerians say unemployment, poverty, and religious beliefs are the main reasons why some citizens join extremist groups, a recent Afrobarometer survey indicates. Read more
One-third of Nigerians – most of them young and educated – have considered emigrating, study shows One in three Nigerians – most of them young and educated – have considered emigrating, a recent Afrobarometer survey in Nigeria indicates. Read more
Majority of Nigerians see cross-border movement as difficult A majority of Nigerians value their right to move freely within West Africa but say that crossing borders for work or trade is difficult. Read more
Media briefing: Public views on Nigeria’s international relations Findings from the Round 6 Afrobarometer survey in Nigeria Read more
Unemployment, electricity top list of Nigerian citizens’ concerns Unemployment, a reliable supply of electricity, and poverty are the most important problems that Nigerians want their government to address, with crime/security following in fourth place, the latest Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
Nigerians’ perceptions of security and armed extremism Findings from the Round 6 Afrobarometer survey in Nigeria. Read more
Opinions on democracy and accountability ahead of the 2015 elections in Nigeria Findings from the Round 6 survey in Nigeria (2014). Download document Read more

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