The Afrobarometer is an independent, nonpartisan research project that measures the social, political, and economic atmosphere in Africa.

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Citizen's Endorse Traditional Leaders, see Greater Role in Contemporary Lesotho

Ties that Bind? Evidence of both Unity and Division in 18 African Countries

Citizens of Southern African Customs Union hold Mixed Views on Free Trade and Open Borders

Promise and Peril: In Changing Media Landscape, Africans are Concerned about Social Media but Opposed to Restricting Access

Most Basotho say Government Bungled Teacher Strike, is Failing on Education and Youth

Africans Regard China's Influence as Significant and Positive, but Slipping

Willing to Kill: Factors Contributing to Mob Justice in Uganda

In Malawi, Perceptions of China's Influence, Though Positive, are on the Decline

Insatisfaits de leur Gouvernement, les Jeunes Sénégalais évoquent la Recherche D’emploi comme Principale Raison D’émigrer / Dissatisfied with their Government, Young Senegalese People Cite the Search for Work as the Main Reason for Emigrating

All in this Together? Social Tensions in the Post-Jammeh Gambia

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