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📢New study reveals South Africans distrust fellow Africans, raising concerns about xenophobia. What does this mean for the EFF's 'borderless policy'? 🤔 Read more here 👇

A new study shows South Africans don’t trust foreigners from Africa and signs of new xenophobia are showing. The study was undertaken by market research company Ipsos on behalf of the Inclusive Society Institute. Nearly 3 600 people aged 18 and above were surveyed.

The study was undertaken by market research company Ipsos on behalf of the Inclusive Society Institute. Nearly 3 600 people aged 18 and above were surveyed. Although still alarmingly high, ANC supporters who participated in the study were the most trusting and the Democratic Alliance’s were in between. Of the minority parties, politically conservative Freedom Front Plus supporters were the most trusting; the Inkatha Freedom Party’s followers were the least trusting ofAs was the case in the previous poll, in all but the Free State, a majority of respondents said they did not trust immigrants from Africa very much or at all.

 

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