- South Africans still have faith in President Ramaphosa, according to a survey done by Ipsos
- The African National Congress is shown to have a lot less support, as more than half of South Africa is unsure of its future
- The survey showed that even ANC members are not sure of their party's future
A survey showed South Africans still have faith in Cyril President Ramaphosa, despite the economic unrest that causes turmoil in the country.
President Ramaphosa is rated higher than any other political leader, according to the survey done by Ipsos.
The president scored 8.5 out of 10 in Mpumalanga, 6.3 in KwaZulu-Natal, 6.9 in the Eastern Cape and 6.3 in the Western Cape.
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However, the same can't be said about the African National Congress. More than half (54%) of the 3619 people who took part in the survey said they are unsure of the party's future because of problems with leadership.
While it is normal that South Africans who support opposition parties would show doubt in the ANC, members of the ruling party also showed lack of faith in their own party. 52% of ANC members don't feel sure about the party's future.
Supporters of the EFF and DA are tied as 60% of them feel the ANC's future isn't guaranteed.
Ipsos conducted the survey between 20 April and 7 June of this year so it is hard to say how accurate and true this information is at this point.
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