South African main opposition party Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Musi Maimane (L) reacts to the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) Results Operations Center on May 9, 2019, in Pretoria, South Africa. – The South African president, Raion Anc will retain his parliamentary majority after polls, but with diminished support, complicating efforts to revive the embattled party and the nation's flagging economy, results show 9, 2018.
The National election manager Jonathan Mozes says although the party could have "racist Nazi" vote against it, there was a "significant shift" of black voters to the official opposition.
In a letter to party structures, Moacks says he wants the letter "with huge growth under our belt", but that the party position is "solid and stable".
DA news 24 projects to receive 20.8% of the vote, down from 22.2% in 2014. This is the first time since 1994 that it would have failed to grow its water base in a national election.
In contrast to the Freedom Front Plus, there has been a remarkable increase in support, more than doubling its share of the vote and will certainly support at least 2.5%, according to News24 projection model.
In the letter, Mike said the DA stood alone in building a United Kingdom "where moderate, liberal voters" have a future where they can collectively oppose radical politics.
"But most of them in the election, these trends are showing us that there was a significant shift in the DA among new voters, who coincided with our values, which are mostly young, black, colored and Indian South African," Writes.
News by News24 Election analyst Davie Scholtz, based on the latest representative numbers, however, shows that the dawn has not made any significant injuries between black voters.
According to his analysis, the support rate was 4.9% of black voters in 2014 and 5% this year.
Afraid of the electoral loss of the party – much of them apparently going to the FF Plus – Moaks writes that the party may not appeal to "racist nationalists".
"Some may have seen this election as an opportunity to vote against the da for reasons to be interrogated, but coachmen may include absent-minded presence in their area or non-responsiveness to delivery issues raised by residents to the party.
FF Plus National Executive Member Philips Van Stadin says the party's experience was that many of the more than 200,000 new votes were received by former Da voters who felt alienated and lax by the DA.
"And it wasn't just conservative or right-wing" voters that came to us. We have historically just like voters, some who came with the PFP and DP and never watched Natsionalist, but now we Voted for us. "
Mumus Maimane, DA leader, on Thursday he was "happy and comfortable" about the performance of the party.
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