Afrobarometer

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

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Mauritians' Demand for Democracy Remains High Despite Waning Quality

Malgré Qu’il Soit Difficile de S’informer sur les Impôts, les Togolais Sont Favorables à en Payer Plus Pour Plus de Services / Togolese are in Favour of Paying More for More Services, Although itiIs Difficult to Find out about Taxes.

Les Tunisiens ont Confiance en Leurs Tribunaux Mais Pensent Que les Gens ne Sont Pas Égaux Devant la Loi / Tunisians Trust Their Courts but Believe that People are not Equal before the Law

Liberians are Unhappy about Economic Conditions, but Wary of Public Protests

Mauritians' Assessment of Election Quality took a Hit in 2019

Les Sénégalais Souhaitent un Accès sans Restriction aux Réseaux Sociaux, Mais Déplorent les Fausses Informations et les Discours de Haine / Senegalese want Unrestricted Access to Social Networks, but Deplore False Information and Hate Speech

Access Denied: Freedom of Information in Africa Falls Short of Public Expectations

Manque de Confiance, Corruption et COVID-19, les Togolais Néanmoins Favorables à Obéir à Leur Gouvernement / Lack of Trust, Corruption and COVID-19, Togolese Nevertheless Prefer Obeying the Government.

Identity in Kenya: Tolerance and Trust Deficits Points to Opportunities for Progress

Ethiopians Support Media's Watchdog Role but want Regulated Access to Internet, Social Media

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