Zimbabwe: Popularity of Mugabe's Party Increases
Results from a survey done by a US-based non-governmental organisation have revealed both, a sharp increase in Zanu-PF's popularity and a decrease in support for the opposition. While the former ruling party accepted the favourable findings, the MDC-T have been less willing to take the research at face value, writes Andrew Mambondiyani for Think Africa Press.
Support for Tsvangirai Party Declines
ThinkAfricaPress, 31 August 2012
A survey reporting a drop in support for the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai party (MDC-T) has led to much soul-searching within the coalition government partner. Read more »
Harare: The survey results are contained in a report titled "Change and 'New' Politics in Zimbabwe" commissioned by Freedom House.
Zanu-PF Popularity Surges: Poll
The Herald, 23 August 2012
ZANU-PF'S popularity among Zimbabweans is increasing while that of its main rival, MDC-T, is plummeting, a survey commissioned by Freedom House, a US-based non-governmental… Read more »
Popularity of Zanu-PF Grows - Survey
Daily Maverick, 23 August 2012
A new public opinion survey in Zimbabwe threw up a few unexpected results. Morgan Tsvangirai, look away now; your popularity has taken a nosedive. Zanu-PF, meanwhile, is doing… Read more »
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