Saturday, July 25, 2015

Public Opinion on African Economies

The Pew Research Center published on 23 July 2015 an analysis of public opinion titled "Global Publics: Economic Conditions Are Bad."  It concluded that the most optimistic economic prospects for the next generation are the Vietnamese (91%), Chinese (88%), Nigerians (84%), and Ethiopians (84%).  Among "emerging African countries" the economy is perceived as doing best in South Africa and Nigeria.  Among "developing African countries" the economy is perceived as doing best in Ethiopia (89%), Senegal (60%), Tanzania (48%), Kenya (47%), Burkina Faso (44%), and Uganda (44%).


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