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Economic Confidence Index Declines in the Middle East

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Posted by admin 284 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Gallup's global Economic Confidence Index stood at +11 in 2013, essentially unchanged from 2012. However, the flat global figure masks dramatic declines in the Middle East and North Africa region, where the index dropped to -33.

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Belief in Work Ethic Strong Across Africa

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Posted by admin 288 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Africans are among the most likely in the world to believe people in their countries can get ahead by working hard, with the 85% of those surveyed in 2013 rivaling scores in more developed parts of the world.

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African Leaders' Scorecard Is a Mixed Bag

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Posted by admin 288 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
In 2013, presidential job approval ratings in sub-Saharan Africa ranged from a high of 86% in Mali to a low of 24% in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Training, Money Barriers to Starting a Business in Africa

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Posted by admin 288 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Access to training and money can help overcome barriers to starting or growing a business, but fewer than one in four Africans say they have access to either.

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Value Africans Place on Education Varies Widely by Country

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Posted by admin 288 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
The perceived value of education varies widely across 31 African countries Gallup surveyed in 2013. Asked to choose one of four factors most important for success, 73% select education in Botswana versus 13% in Ivory Coast.

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Less Than Half in Africa Confident in Their Judicial Systems

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Posted by admin 288 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
In 2013, 48% in Africa expressed confidence in their judicial systems. Those with confidence in their national government are significantly more likely to report confidence in the courts (63% vs. 34%) than non-supporters.

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Nearly All Nigerians See Boko Haram as a Major Threat

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Posted by admin 319 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
Two in three Nigerians (67%) believe that their government is not doing enough to fight terrorism, even as 95% say Boko Haram or other Islamic militant groups are a major threat to their country's future.

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Arab Spring Largely Ignored in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Posted by admin 325 days ago (http://www.gallup.com)
In sub-Saharan Africa, few residents pay attention to political events in Arab countries, but those who do view them more negatively than positively. Malians are among the most likely to hold a negative view.

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