According to Global InfoAnalytics, 48% of people support sending Ghanaian troops to Niger. According to a survey performed by renowned research firm Global InfoAnalytics, an astounding 48 out of every 100 Ghanaians support sending Ghanaian troops to Niger to fight for the reinstatement of ousted President Mohammed Bazuom.
52 Ghanaians are effectively opposed to such a deployment.
According to research conducted between Friday, August 18, 2023 and Saturday, August 19, 2023, 76% of Ghanaians think that bad is the reason for coups d’état in nations where governments have been deposed. Unexpectedly, 17% do not believe that bar governance is at blame.
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1,618 persons from all sixteen areas were included in the Global InfoAnalytics sample.
The result that 48% of Ghanaians support sending troops to Niger is surprising given the outcry that seems to surround their deployment.
Another conclusion is that 49% of Ghanaians believe coups d’état are not a long-term fix for poor governance in African democracies.
According to Global InfoAnalytics, 48% of people support sending Ghanaian troops to Niger