Idasa warns voter dissatisfaction will be a factor in upcoming poll

A political researcher at African democracy institute Idasa, Justin Sylvester, has said voters are struggling to find new political homes, “and because of levels of dissatisfaction voters then choose to stay at home.” He warned of the impact this will have on the election outcome. “By choosing to stay at home registered voters proportionally increase the strength of those registered voters who do cast ballots.  Turnout can affect a party’s share of the support in an election.”  Read more here.


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