Sub-Saharan Africans want governments to focus on agriculture and jobs

As the United Nations prepares for its September summit on the Millennium Development Goals, Gallup surveys in sub-Saharan Africa finds that residents are most likely to spontaneously mention agriculture (20%) and jobs (19%) as the most important issues their governments should address in the next 12 months. A median of 14% across 18 countries surveyed name poverty and 10% mention the economy in general. Read more here.


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