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Research outputs: ELECTIONS
The objective of the report was to assess the extent of compliance with the Guidelines by the eight stakeholder categories in the run-up to,...
2019 Looking good on paper: a qualitative study of ballot paper design and political party identification in South Africa
The Electoral Commission of South Africa commissioned the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) to review the ballot paper used in national...
2019 The unconvinced vote: the nature and determinants of voting intentions and the changing character of South African electoral politics
In the lead up to South Africas sixth National and Provincial Elections in May 2019, the recent performance and leadership dynamics within t...Download this report
The 2019 General Elections marked a watershed in South Africas political landscape. The ANC under the banner of a narrative of regeneration ...Download this report