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Harare, Zimbabwe - December 22 2018: aerial view of Harare city centre daytime

Zimbabwe: Country Representative Survey

In June 2023, Elite Africa Research conducted an independent survey of a random sample of 2,000 registered voters in Zimbabwe. The survey was proportionate to the country’s adult population, and was weighted by gender, urban and rural setting in all the provinces.

Key findings are as follows:

  • A large majority of registered Zimbabwean voters think the country is heading in the wrong direction (69.4%) and the economy is getting worse (77.5%).
  • In answer to a question about voting intention for a Presidential Candidate, 47.3% of respondents indicated support for Nelson Chamisa while 38.7% indicated support for current President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
  • In response to a question about voting intention for a party, 47.7% of respondents indicated support for the CCC, compared to 39.6% for ZANU-PF.
  • A majority of 59.8% of registered respondents sampled hope for a new government following this year’s election.
  • Emmerson Mnangagwa and ZANU-PF have net favourabilities of -2.6% and -2.7% respectively.
  • Nelson Chamisa and the CCC have net favourabilities of 29.6% and 28.6% respectively.

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