ANC voters associate the party with corruption, but still trust it - Media24 poll

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ANC supporters sing ahead of Cyril Ramaphosa's address during the party's manifesto launch in Tshwane.
ANC supporters sing ahead of Cyril Ramaphosa's address during the party's manifesto launch in Tshwane.
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Most ANC voters associate the party with corruption but they also say the party can be trusted, a survey has revealed.

The survey was exclusively conducted for Media24 ahead of the 1 November municipal elections.

Respondents were asked to choose which of the three largest parties they associated the most with the word "corrupt" on the basis of what they know or experienced.

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