Afrobarometer

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

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South Africans Endorse Self-Reliant Development but Question Free Trade and Loan Conditionalities

Namibians Approve of Government’s COVID-19 Response, but Many Doubt Vaccine Safety

Basotho Embrace COVID-19 Vaccination but find Government Assistance Lacking

Ties that Bind? Evidence of Unity and Division in 34 African Countries.

Des Liens qui Unissent ? Des Signes D'unité et de Division dans 34 Pays Africains / Ties that Bind? Evidence of Unity and Division in 34 African Countries.

Limited Access to Electricity and Digital Technologies a Barrier to E-Learning in Uganda

Still Lacking Reliable Electricity from the Grid, Many Africans Turn to Other Sources

Le Réseau Électrique N'étant Toujours pas Fiable, beaucoup d'Africains Recourent à D'autres Sources / Still Lacking Reliable Electricity from the Grid, Many Africans Turn to Other Sources.

Amid Progress on Women's Rights, Namibians see Gender-based Violence as Priority Issue to Address

Perceptions are Bad, Reality is Worse: Citizens Report Widespread Predation by African Police

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