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Over the past half decade though, the folks at Afrobarometer, which is run by Michigan State University, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa, and the Centre for Democratic Development in Ghana, have done a series of fascinating surveys on what Africans feel about some of the biggest issues they face.

Via Simon Robinson, who specifically discusses African views on healthcare – though all sorts of issues are covered by the group. For example, see their survey on the willingness to accept the hardships of economic reform. They not only have working papers and surveys online, but have also made their raw data available. Related: Latinobarometro.

Update: The Washington Post has an article on the latest from Afrobarometer. Via Jean Rogers.

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