Public Attitudes Toward Zimbabwe’s 2018 elections: Downbeat Yet Hopeful?

Author:
Afrobarometer
Publisher:
Afrobarometer
Publication Date:
4 July 2018
Tags:
Zimbabwe, Governance, Human Rights

As Zimbabwe prepares for her elections on July 30, the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, Afrobarometer's core partner for Southern Africa, commissioned a baseline pre-election survey to assess the prevailing public mood, including voting intentions. The survey interviewed a nationally representative sample of 2,400 Zimbabweans between April 28 and May 12, 2018, that is, some three months before the election.


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