Satisfaction with local government by dwelling type

Satisfaction with local government differs significantly across dwelling types. People who live in a cluster house in a complex have the highest level of satisfaction, whereas people living in informal settlements have by far the lowest satisfaction with local government. Overall, respondents who live in formal dwellings are more satisfied with local government than those living informally. However levels of satisfaction with local government differ across municipalities. For example, a greater percentage of those in informal dwellings in Mogale City are satisfied with local government than those in formal dwellings in Emfuleni.

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