BP81: Citizen perceptions of the economic and living conditions in Zambia High levels of unemployment, coupled with low salaries and poor conditions of service for most of the few people in formal employment, is a serious source of concern for many Zambian citizens. The rise in fuel prices, especially during the period 2006 to... Read more
AD70: Citizen engagement in Zimbabwe at lowest level in a decade Most Zimbabweans say it's the duty of every citizen to participate in national and community affairs between elections, but very few do. Read more
BP4: Poverty, poverty measurement, and democracy in Southern Africa How does poverty shape the prospects for consolidating democratic government? Read more
WP53: Atitudes em relação à qualidade da democracia em Cabo Verde Dá-me um imenso prazer apresentar o relatório que têm entre mãos. É um documento de valor único. Afinal, antes do Afrobarómetro, quem sabia o que os cabo-verdianos pensavam acerca da sua democracia, do seu governo, da sua economia e da sua comunidade?... Read more
WP92: Ethnically dominated party systems and the quality of democracy: Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa This paper is devoted to assessing whether and how the extent to which party systems are ethnicallydominated affects the quality of democracy. Using Afrobarometer survey data, we devise a new indexfor measuring levels of ethnic voting (CVELI) and... Read more
WP22: Mozambicans' views of democracy and political reform: A comparative perspective Mozambique's first democratic multiparty election in 1994 was a national watershed, bringing an end to 17 years of political conflict, instability and civil war, and closing a chapter of over a century of authoritarian rule begun by Portuguese... Read more
AD25: Zimbabweans see corruption on the increase but fear consequences of reporting Transparency International consistently ranks Zimbabwe among the most corrupt countries in the world (156th out of 175 countries in its 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index). Read more
PP38: Still no alternative? Popular views of the opposition in Southern Africa’s one-party dominant regimes Five Southern African countries have democracies dominated by parties that emerged from liberation movements and have governed since independence: Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. Read more
BP115: Zimbabweans' views on empowerment: Jobs vs. business takeovers A wide policy disjuncture exists both inside and outside Zimbabwe’s coalition government regarding the best way to empower the country’s citizens. Empowerment is a popular war cry among most former colonies, especially those that were under a settler... Read more
South Africa Round 6 Summary of Results Round 6 Summary of Results for South Africa. Read more