Cape Town - According to an Ipsos poll released on Monday, less than 50 percent of registered voters interviewed ahead of Wednesday's election believe the ANC will live up to its election promises.
The survey, conducted between March 22 and April 17 among 3 500 respondents, asks registered voters specific questions about South Africa's three leading parties - the African National Congress (ANC), the Democratic Alliance (DA) and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).
On the ANC, 49 percent of those who participated in the survey had faith the ANC would deliver on election promises. That number rises to 68 percent among ANC supporters.
Just over half of the respondents agreed the ANC was addressing the scourge of state capture.
"A small majority of registered voters believe that the party is addressing state capture, but it is less positive that less than half believe that corruption will become less of an issue in the future," the global opinion research said in a press release.