April 2024

Which Parties Do Voters Think Are Trustworthy to Make a National Coalition Work

This report investigates which political parties do registered South African voters think are trustworthy to make a national coalition work. The report is based on a survey of 1 835 demographically and geographically representative registered voters conducted by the Foundation during April of 2024. That survey had a margin of error of 2.2%. Totals may not add up to 100% where participants were undecided or unable to answer a question.

How trustworthy or untrustworthy are these political parties when it comes to making a national coalition work?

Trustworthy vs untrustworthy


The data reveals that 63.5% of registered voters think that the DA is trustworthy to make a coalition work, 44.2% believe that the ANC is trustworthy to make a coalition work and 47.8% believe that the EFF is trustworthy to make a coalition work.