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After Tahrir: Egyptians Assess Their Government, Their Institutions, and Their Future

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by: James Zogby
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Publication Date: June 19, 2013
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 28
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
With more than two years having passed since the downfall of the Mubarak government and almost one year into the presidency of Mohamed Morsi, we sought to learn how Egyptians assess their current situation, and the level of confidence they have in the current government and the country’s main political groupings and major institutions.

What emerged is a portrait of a deeply divided public with a minority strongly supporting a government that has virtually no support among Egyptians not affiliated with the President’s party. A review of the data reveals that despite the existence of many political parties, there are actually three distinct groupings defining the attitudinal map of the country.

From April 4 to May 12, 2013, we conducted an extensive nationwide poll of 5,029 Egyptian adults. We surveyed citizens in every area of the country from its southernmost part up into the Sinai.
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