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AD171: Popular distrust, perceptions of corruption mark Sierra Leone’s court system Access to justice? Citizen distrust, perceptions of corruption mark Sierra Leone’s court system. Read more
BP156: Au Niger, le soutien est fort mais pas unanime pour l’adoption de la sharia dans la Constitution Les questions religieuses connaissent un regain d’intérêt dans les espaces publics de nos pays. Au Niger, elles sont devenues préoccupantes en raison des évènements récents qui ont marqué notre sous-région (occupation du Nord Mali par de groupes... Read more
Lesotho Round 3 summary of results (2005) Summary of results from the Round 3 survey in Lesotho (2005). Read more
BP123: Governance and democracy attitudes in higher performing African countries Namibia is usually regarded as one of the best performing democracies in Africa.Using the Afrobarometer Round 5 survey, this paper compares public attitudes that are central to democratic life across high performing countries in Africa. Several important... Read more
WP31: Learning about democracy in Africa: Awareness, performance, and experience Conventional views of African politics imply that Africans arrive at political opinions largely on the basis of either their position in the social structure or enduring cultural values. Read more
AD99: Les Nigériens approuvent l’efficacité de la réponse gouvernementale à l’extrémisme Au Niger, la situation sécuritaire ces deux dernières années est prise en tenailles par le groupe djihadiste et terroriste Boko Haram installé à ses frontières. A plus de la moitié, les Nigériens se sentent exposés au risque des actions terroristes. En... Read more
BP52: Popular opinions on local government in Ghana Ghana embarked on a comprehensive program of local government decentralization in the late 1980s. The program launched by the Provisional National Defence Council (PNDC) represents the most comprehensive effort at decentralization in the country’s post-... Read more
AD45: African democracy update: Democratic satisfaction remains elusive for many International Day of Democracy highlights the contributions of citizens to making decisions for their countries and ensuring that governments are accountable to their people. Read more
WP63: Voters but not yet citizens: The weak demand for vertical acountability in Africa's unclaimed democracies Transitions to competitive, multiparty politics in African countries during the 1990s were jubilantly welcomed, both on the continent and internationally. Today, Africans enjoy unprecedented opportunities to vote, and many still revel in greater... Read more
Uganda Round 4.5.2 summary of results (Pre-election survey, 2011) A summary of results for the Round 4.5.2 pre-election survey in Uganda (2011). Read more

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