Zimbabweans Lack Confidence in Electoral Commission

Afrobarometer reports in a newly-published analysis that only one in four Zimbabweans say they trust the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission "a lot". Another quarter say they trust it "somewhat".

Photo: MDC

An advertising billboard for the pressure group, Democracy Now, in Musina, South Africa, in 2008.

Afrobarometer asked Zimbabweans how much they trusted their electoral commission.

Afrobarometer asked Zimbabweans how they would respond if the army, a single political party or the president ruled on their own.

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