Statistics South Africa has published its general household survey every year since 2002. The survey is a household-based instrument that aims to determine development progress in South Africa. It includes basic population statistics for South Africa's nine provinces.
The distribution of religious beliefs in South Africa's population. The data comes from Statistics South Africa's 2016 Community Survey, a large-scale, inter-census study – and one of few available data sources – that provides household and population data at municipal level. The survey was conducted five years after Census 2011, five years before Census 2021.
The Human Sciences Research Council publishes the South African Social Attitudes Survey every year. This representative cross-sectional survey tracks societal values, charting the interaction between South Africa’s political and economic structures and the population’s attitudes, beliefs and behaviour patterns.