What Africans think of elections


In a new video, Afrobarometer shares citizens’ opinions about and experiences with elections in their countries, Kim Yi Dionne writes for The Washington Post. The video draws on results from 53,935 surveys conducted in 36 African countries.

This post is part of the 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.

Afrobarometer is supported by the National Endowment for Democracy, the Washington-based democracy assistance group.

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