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

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Crime and Insecurity Remain Near the Top of South Africans' Agenda

Explaining South African Xenophobia

A No -Confidence Vote? Mozambicans still Vote, but Faith in Democracy is Slipping / Um voto de desconfiança? Os Moçambicanos ainda votam, mas a fé na democracia está a diminuir

Digging a Future? Citizens see Positive Impact of Mining in Madagascar

Do Electoral Handouts Affect Voting Behaviour?

Ambitious SDG Goal Confronts Challenging Realities: Access to Justice is still Elusive for Many Africans

Public Trust in Elections: The Role of Media Freedom and election Management Autonomy

Still no Alternative? Popular views of the Opposition in Southern Africa's One-party Dominant Regimes

Zimbabweans Demand Accountability in Governance, Doubt Efficacy of Elections

After 50 Years, Freedom of Association is Firmly Established , Though far from Absolute, in Africa

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