Poll Reveals Attitudes of S. Africans on Past and Future

How do South Africans view the events of the past and their prospects for the future? NPR's Tavis Smiley speaks with pollster Mollyann Brodie about the view on the ground 10 years after the country's first democratic elections. Brodie is the Kaiser Family Foundation's vice president and director of public opinion research. Kaiser teamed up with The Washington Post and Harvard University to poll South Africans in nine of the country's eleven official languages.



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