Afrobarometer

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

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COVID-19 Impact? Ugandans Grow More Discontent with Economic and Living Conditions

A Never-ending Problem: Ugandans say Corruption Level has Increased, Rate Government Fight against Corruption Poorly

Les Nigériens Font plus Confiance aux Prières Qu’aux Vaccins pour Prévenir la COVID-19 / Nigerians Trust Prayers More than Vaccines to Prevent COVID-19

Beyond Borders? Africans Prefer Self-reliant Development but remain Skeptical of Free Trade and Open Borders

En Côte d’Ivoire, la Situation Politique Mine le Niveau Sécuritaire / The Political Situation Undermines the Security level in Cote D’Ivoire

Who Wants COVID-19 Vaccination? In 5 West African Countries, Hesitancy is High, Trust Low

Zambians Approve of Government's COVID-19 Response Despite Questions about Aid, Vaccines

Who gets Involved? Insights on Civic Engagement in Africa and Implications for Fostering Volunteerism in Pursuit of Development Goals

Les Sénégalais Approuvent la Réponse Gouvernementale à la Pandémie de COVID-19 mais Restent Sceptiques vis-à-vis des Vaccins / Senegalese Approve of Government Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic but Remain Sceptical of Vaccines

La COVID-19 au Togo: Les Citoyens sont Satisfaits de la Réponse du Gouvernement mais Sceptiques quant aux Vaccins / The COVID-19 in Togo: Citizens are Satisfied with the Government's Response but Sceptical about Vaccines

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