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The Political Landscape – Insights from the Afrobarometer Survey

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One of the exciting things about multiparty democracies is the formation of political parties and the important role they come to play in such spaces. One of the key steps during Ghana’s transition to the 4th Republic was the lifting of the ban on political parties and their activities. With the benefit of data from the Afrobarometer Survey, including the recently released full summary of round nine, D&D Fellow, Dr. Osae-Kwapong, examines how Ghanaians feel about political parties.

 

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