Income Inequality Divides South Africans – Report
According to the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation’s South African Reconciliation Barometer 2011, income inequality keeps South Africans more divided than race.
About 32 percent of those surveyed believe it is the most divisive issue, compared to 20 percent who believe race divided the country.
Researchers polled 3 500 people for survey, and also found that about 22 percent believe political party affiliations are more divisive than race.
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