MK Party could snatch chunk of ANC votes in KZN

MK Party could snatch chunk of ANC votes in KZN

Polling data from a newly released report has found the Jacob Zuma endorsed uMkhonto WeSizwe party could snatch up almost half of the ANC's support in KZN in this year's elections.

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The survey was carried out by the Social Research Foundation. 


It looked at support for the ANC, DA, IFP, EFF and MK party in KZN.


The survey used the information of 820 registered voters.


The poll found, that with a 66% turn-out in Kwazulu Natal, the ANC could move from a 54% voting result in 2019 to around 25% in 2024.


It shows the MK party could gain around 24 % of the votes this year.

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The DA is predicted to move from around 14% in KZN to 15%.


While the IFP could jump from 16% to around 24%.


The data comes weeks after the think tank released the findings of another survey into support for the former president in Kwazulu Natal.


Zuma was seen favourable amongst 63% of the over 2000 registered voters surveyed. 


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