Young voters find coalition politics off-putting, HSRC survey finds
There is much apathy among young voters in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal, where the ANC faces the biggest threat
Political parties face the daunting challenge of winning over young voters, who make up a huge and potentially decisive segment of the electorate, before next year’s elections.
A survey by the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) found that most young voters are not interested in participating in the polls due to political party coalitions and independent candidates — two phenomena that are likely to shape the outcome of the elections...
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