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The survey focused on expectations for the new year, 2021, particularly as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues.
On Monday, Egypt reported 1,576 new coronavirus cases, and 85 new deaths
Nearly 71% of Egyptians described their family income as insufficient for their needs and expenses, while 24% stated that their income does cover their needs, and only 3% said that they are able to save from their income, according to a survey conducted by The Egyptian Centre for Public Opinion Research (Baseera). Egypt adopted an …
66% of Egyptians do not agree to raise the price of fuel and electricity, says Baseera
About 1/5 of Egyptians have never heard of the initiative
Baseera’s opinion poll on 26 countries surprisingly indicates that Ethiopia is friendly and Denmark is hostile
Baseera said Monday that he had the best rating of any prime minister since the 2011 revolution.
Almost nine in 10 people approve of presidential performance, research group stands behind figures
21% of those supporting airstrikes against Houthis say it is part of Egypt’s war on terror
Egyptian media formed Al-Sisi’s personality cult and is constantly emphasising the fight against “terrorism”
68% of Egyptians knew of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s visit to the United States, while 32% where unaware of the visit.
85% of those who knew about the visit saw that it improved Egypt’s image in front of the world, while 5% didn’t think it made a difference, and 10% were unsure.
42% used money kept at home, 38% used bank savings, 13% used Egypt Post savings
Only one third of Egyptians know correct date of elections
Restoring security and providing job opportunities are the most significant demands Egyptians want the next president to satisfy.
Nearly 45% of Egyptians have not decided yet who to elect if the presidential elections were to be held tomorrow
27% of Egyptians rated the current cabinet performance as “good”, while 20% rated it as “bad”.
Around 76% of Egyptians said they intend to vote in the referendum
20% of Egyptians rate the performance of El-Beblawi’s government as good, while 19% rate it as bad.
60% of Egyptians expect their living conditions to be better in the upcoming year compared to the previous one, while 7% expect them to be worse.
Baseera opinion poll on the government’s performance and Egyptians’ living standards
22% of Egyptians feel the Prime Minister’s performance has been good, and 18 % feel it has been bad.
58% of Egyptians feel safe at the end of October, compared to 66% at the end of September and 27% at the end of August.
Majority support issuing Terrorism and Protest bills: Baseera
A third of all Egyptians view the cabinet’s performance as “good”, and half of all Egyptians believe it is “average”.
At the end of September, 66% of Egyptians felt safe, compared to approximately 27% at the end of August.
66% of Egyptians approve the continuation of the 50% quota on parliament seats for workers and farmers.
Ensuring stability and the availability of living necessities are Egyptians’ priority in the new constitution.
73% of Egyptians do not feel safe these days.
62% of Egyptians expect their living conditions to improve in the upcoming year.
Nearly half of Egyptians’ incomes have been affected by the curfew.
A recent poll suggests that 67% of Egyptians are “satisfied with the manner” in which security forces dispersed the sit-ins at Rabaa Al-Adaweya and Nahda Square. Meanwhile a different poll suggests that 79% of Egyptians believe the “massacres” on 14 August were “crimes against humanity”. These two polls seem to be presenting contradictory facts about …
Baseera poll finds 61% satisfied with female ministers in Hazem El-Beblawi’s interim cabinet
Approximately 71% of Egyptians do not sympathize with the demonstrations in support of former president Mohammed Morsi.
After one year in office, twice as many Egyptians would not re-elect Morsi as those who would
Percentage of Morsi’s supporters decreases to 42%, according to Baseera
Three out of every five Egyptians have heard of the Tamarod, or “rebellion”, campaign.
Half of those who are aware of the campaign are amenable to signing its form.
Less than one third of Egyptians would vote for Morsy if presidential elections would be held tomorrow
Egyptians’ attitude towards the National Salvation Front doesn’t witness a significant change
Baseera’s poll on cabinet reshuffle