Criterion Report

The Criterion Report is a quarterly market research survey conducted by the Institute of Race Relations into voter preferences, attitudes and the South African political landscape.

The Criterion Report Vol 2 No 4

6 May 2019 – This report contains the IRR’s final results from its 8 May election tracking poll conducted between 27 April and 4 May 2019

The Criterion Report Vol 2 No 3

30 April 2019 - The first set of results from the IRR’s April 2019 Election Poll provide key insights into voters’ party political preferences and the electoral standing of the major parties.

The Criterion Report Vol 2 No 2

17 March 2019 – This report sets out voter perceptions of the ANC national government’s performance on six core issues – Economic Growth, Crime, Education, Healthcare, Corruption, and Land Reform – and voter sentiments about which of the big three political parties – the ANC, DA and EFF – is best placed to deliver on these issues.

The Criterion Report Vol 2 No 1

6 March 2019 - The first set of results from the IRR’s February 2019 Election Poll provide key insights into voters’ party political preferences and the electoral standing of the major parties.

The Criterion Report Special Edition

25 February 2019 – A huge number of South Africans rely on minibus taxis (82% of all respondents), which dominate the market (64% of all taxi-users), but there are profound concerns both about taxi-safety and crime, as well as the condition of South African roads, this Special Edition of The Criterion Report reveals.

The Criterion Report Vol 1 No 3

10 December 2018 – This report covers the results of a “snap poll” revealing telling shifts in support for South Africa’s main political parties.

The Criterion Report Vol 1 No 2

26 September 2018 - More than two thirds of South Africans believe individuals should have the right to own property, and 90% are opposed to the government being able to take away land they own themselves, this second edition of The Criterion Report reveals.

The Criterion Report Vol 1 No 1

23 September 2018 - This inaugural survey of the electoral landscape shows the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is polling at 13%, with the ANC polling at 52%. Land reform emerges as the least important issue for the government in voters’ eyes.

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