Selfmoordvoorkoming Suid-Afrika - Op Facebook
Daar is ‘n SELFMOORD EPIDEMIE onder Blankes in SA. Daar is ‘n BAIE* Blankes, veral mans, insluitend jong mans, wat vir hulleself geen hoop in SA sien nie. Hierdie mense doen uitstekende werk om die lewens van Blankes, veral jong Blankes, te red en hulle hoop te gee.
[I am very happy that the Blacks are unhappy with their garbage, racist communist party that they have supported for so long. Now all the weaklings, the Liberals and even the Conservative Whites are trying to get Black votes. This is a huge mistake. Whites must focus on Whites only. Forget about Diversity voting and such nonsense. Ignore that junk. Focus on Whites, White communities, White aspirations, a White future … don't go down the path the Jews are leading you on. Let these others sink. I will discuss Black allies at some point and I'll explain to you how useless they really are. Whites have tried this to death, it's a total waste of time. Don't waste your time on garbage. We need to get ourselves our own White state. Jan]
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS Market research experts Ipsos say while ANC support has dropped drastically and new challenges have emerged in the past year, it is impossible to predict the outcome when South Africans go to the local polls on Monday.
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Disillusionment and a belief that nothing will change, anger over corruption, distrust of politicians and overwhelming voter apathy — these are the reasons for a predicted low voter turnout and a massive drop in ANC support in Monday’s local government elections.
Ipsos, the world’s third largest market research company, and TV news channel eNCA joined forces to carry out pre-election surveys. And this latest one, carried out on the eve of the election, has once again found that support for the governing ANC has dropped below 50%.
They carried out three waves of the study in October, and found that for the first time since the 1994 elections the ANC has shed a massive amount of support — having previously always garnered support indications well above 50%.
And this support is dropping fast — with a quarter of research respondents claiming they didn’t have a party of choice to vote for, rising to almost a third by the end of the month.
The research saw thousands of registered voters contacted and their views recorded via CATI (computer-assisted telephonic interviews).
Responses differed widely: some people said they would not be voting, some said they had no trust in politicians, some felt that voting would not lead to any kind of change and some just refused to answer the questions at all.
The research conclusion is that voter apathy is going to be an important variable in Monday’s elections with a low turnout likely to benefit the DA the most.
And new issues have arisen since the highly contested 2019 national and provincial elections. The Covid-19 pandemic, the slow pace of vaccinations, massive service delivery and governance challenges in the majority of municipalities, load-shedding and water supply issues and the rushed and shrunken election campaign all among them.
The ultimate finding of this latest research report: It is impossible to predict with certainty the outcome of these rather messy and unique elections.
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