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

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Cyclones add to Mozambique's Public Health Challenges / Ciclones aumentam os desafios de saúde pública em Moçambique

Are Africans' Freedoms Slipping Away?

Small Improvements, Not yet a 'New Dawn': South Africans Still See High Levels of Corruption

Limits of gender Equality: Poor Uneducated Mozambicans Less Likely to see Improvement

Better but not Good Enough? How Africans see the Delivery of Public Services

Namibians Look to Social Movement to Prompt Government Action on Land Reform

In Search of Opportunity: Young and Educated Africans More Likely to Consider Moving Abroad

Burkinabe See Improving Health Care Delivery, but Gaps in Serving the Poor and some Regions

Cameroon's Linguistic Divide Deepens to Rift on Questions of Democracy, Trust, National Identity

L’emploi pèse lourd dans les attitudes relatives à l’immigration/émigration au Maroc /Jobs loom large in Moroccans’ attitudes toward in- and out-migration

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