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On a more positive note, the survey portrays the country’s youth not as disengaged and apathetic, but rather as resolutely optimistic about the future and in many instances sharing views that are not dissimilar from those held by older generations of South Africans. And while there is much progress to be made in redressing educational inequality and injustice, there has emerged a robust commitment to the integration of schools. The fact that dissatisfaction with service delivery was associated with an increased willingness to vote in local government elections can also be interpreted as a favourable development, as it signals the emergence of more critical citizens who recognise the power of the vote as a means of demanding accountability and an end to unfulfilled promises.
Three of the policies were framed as targeting black South Africans, one policy targeted ‘victims of apartheid’, and the racial quotas question did not mention any specific group as the beneficiary. Each of the items was scored on a five-point Likert scale, with response options ranging from ‘strongly agree’ to ‘strongly disagree’. The ‘Total’ column shows high overall levels of opposition for the policies, with land redistribution enjoying least opposition, whereas almost half of the population oppose the use of quotas in sports teams.
The argument here is that people oppose policies such as affirmative action because they involve interventions by central government, whereas conservatives are ideologically committed to free-market capitalism. One of the major points of contention in this literature is whether it is conservatism, and not racism, that accounts for the association between symbolic racism measures and policy attitudes (see Sniderman & Tetlock 2001). The purpose of this chapter is to investigate the profile of opposition to racial redress policies among the South African population, using 2003 and 2004 South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) data.