No, Africa is not a country. (That was a joke.) But what if we imagined that Africa had 100 citizens? What would we know about their opinions?
In a new video, Afrobarometer illustrates what we know about African public opinion, as represented by an Africa of 100 citizens. Check it out:
This post is part of our Friday Afrobarometer series, which highlights findings from the pan-African, nonpartisan research network that conducts public-attitude surveys on democracy, governance, economic conditions and related issues in more than 35 countries in Africa. Read earlier posts in the series:
- Africa’s largest public-opinion survey is under threat, but here’s what you can do about it
- What can public opinion surveys tell us about what is going on in Gabon?
- A year ago, most Zimbabweans trusted Mugabe. Here’s why so many are now protesting in the streets.
- How democratic is Botswana after 50 years of independence?