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Most South Africans prefer to have ANC deputy president Jacob Zuma as their next president, a recent TNS survey has found.
Conducted on 3000 adults between September and October, the survey saw Zuma emerge as front-runner to succeed Thabo Mbeki when he steps down in 2009.
Responding to the survey's question on who they would want to become the country's president when Mbeki's term comes to an end, 36 percent of the participants felt that Zuma should be the country's next president.
While a section of participants named deputy president Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, DA leader Helen Zille, her predecessor Tony Leon, and five other top politicians including Cyril Ramaphosa and Tokyo Sexwale as their preferred choices, it was Zuma who got the lion's share.
"Clearly, there is little consensus in general, although, amongst blacks, Jacob Zuma has by far the highest response," director of innovation and development at TNS, Neil Higgs, said.