CDD-Ghana is pleased to be able to, once again, link the democratic process with citizens' opinions to bear on inclusive and participatory policymaking process to advance Ghanaian democratic and economic development. CDD-Ghana. This publication presents a collection of papers drawn from the Ghana Afrobarometer Rounds 5 (2012) and 6 (2014) surveys, focusing mainly on political and socio-economic governance. The compendium of papers examines the opinions of Ghanaians on the state of democratic and socio-economic developments. The authors, using both descriptive and regression analysis, present opinions of Ghanaians on issues regarding the practice and quality of democracy in the country, governmental accountability, public official corruption, decentralization and citizens participation, governmental performance on the delivery of public goods and services, management of oil revenue, and the quality of public service, among many other topics bothering on good political and economic governance.