More than half of South Africans say that the future of the ANC is uncertain due to the leadership within the party, an Ipsos market survey published on Saturday has been shown.
The Ipsos Pulse of the People survey, which was held from May to June of this year, showed that more than 54% of South Africans agreed.
A total of 3,619 randomly selected South Africans were interviewed face-to-face in their homes and home languages by trained interviewers.
According to Ipsos, the feeling of insecurity is widespread & # 39 ;.
More than 52% of ANC supporters also agreed that the future of his party was uncertain, and one in five South Africans felt confident about the future of the party.
Ipsos & # 39; approval of leadership points showed that South Africans the idea that President Cyril Ramaphosa should be more decisive, adding that his role as political leader has grown in recent years and that he has support.
A graph also showed that Ramaphosa's time as deputy president of the country was consistently better than then-former president Jacob Zuma.
Since he became president in February 2018, citizens estimated him "very high" in the graph.
"This is exceptional against the background of the general uncertainty in the country and the uncertainty about the future of the ANC," said Ipsos.
Ramaphosa received slightly less support in the Western Cape, Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.
In Mpumalanga, Ramaphosa scored 8.5 out of 10 while Deputy President David Mabuza from this province received a score of 6.1 out of 10.
In the Eastern Cape he is almost in line with the president, Minister Pravin Gordhan of the public companies, with a score of 6.5.
In KwaZulu-Natal, Zuma scored 5.9 in contrast to Ramaphosa's 6.3.
Zuma & # 39; s support in the rest of the country was very low.
In the Western Cape, the province under DA administration, the execution of DA leader Mmusi Maimane was the closest to Ramaphosa with a score of 5.7 out of 10.
Supporters of both the DA and the EFF assessed the performance of the president higher than 5 out of 10.
"If we compare the performance of President Ramaphosa with that of the other political party leaders and vice president (David Mabuza) , it becomes clear how far ahead the president is and how many South Africans expect leadership from him. "