How different racial groups perceive government’s handling of Covid-19 crisis

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The City Press/Rapport Covid-19 Survey has revealed some stunning findings about how South Africans feel about the lockdown. Picture: City Press/iStock/Gallo Images
The City Press/Rapport Covid-19 Survey has revealed some stunning findings about how South Africans feel about the lockdown. Picture: City Press/iStock/Gallo Images

The Covid-19 coronavirus has brought to the fore the racial prisms through which South Africans view government’s handling of national affairs.

This is according to a nationwide survey conducted by Victory Research for City Press and its sister publication, Rapport.

It revealed the stark contrast in the manner in which different racial groups perceive government’s performance in handling the crisis and approval for the way different leaders do their jobs.

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