Starting this week, News.gallup.com will highlight Gallup's latest findings from its surveys conducted in Nigeria ahead of the national election there on Feb. 16. The results offer the latest glimpse into Nigerians' lives as they head to the polls and how much things have changed from the last time they voted.
Now on News.gallup.com, you can read the first article, which delves into Nigerians' confidence in the honesty of their elections and their national government.
Keep reading News.gallup.com in the coming week for more insights from Gallup and Nigeria experts:
As Nigerians see some progress in their country's efforts to tackle terrorism and corruption, their eyes are focusing more sharply on their economy, which they say is the most important issue for the government to address.
Few Nigerians express confidence in elections' honesty as President Goodluck Jonathan and an unpopular Nigerian government face a crucial election. Most Nigerians (86%) see corruption as widespread in the government.
Nigeria's big chance has arrived. While President-elect Muhammadu Buhari's supporters celebrate Nigeria's democratic step forward, the country's new president will soon have his hands full tackling Nigeria's multiple, severe crises of security and governance.
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