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[ The number of Egyptian league matches between Ahly and Zamalek. Ahly won 38 matches of it; Zamalek won 25, while they were equal in 45 matches.  ]  
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Khaled Hanafi is the best Minister and the new Suez Canal Project is the best event of 2014.
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[ اDate :  2015-01-05  ]  
El-Sisi is the best political figure of 2014.
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[ اDate :  2015-01-05  ]  
Emad Metaeb is the best football player
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[ اDate :  2014-12-31  ]  
Mohamed Ramadan is the best actor and Yousra is the best actress
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[ اDate :  2014-12-31  ]  
The percentage of those who highly approve the president’s performance decrease to 58% compared to 66% at the end of the 5th month
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[ اDate :  2014-12-13  ]  
The percentage of those who think the Prime Minister's performance is good reaches 56%, 15% think it is average, 3% think it is bad and 26% can't decide.
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[ اDate :  2014-12-13  ]  
The president’s approval rate reaches 86%
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[ اDate :  2014-12-13  ]  
The percentage of those who think the Prime Minister's performance is good reaches 58%, 15% think it is average, 4% think it is bad and 23% can't decide
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[ اDate :  2014-11-16  ]  
72% of Egyptians support Al-Ahly football team and 21% support Al-Zamalek football team
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[ اDate :  2014-08-18  ]  
72% of Egyptians intend to vote for Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, and 2% intend to elect Hamdeen Sabahi
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[ اDate :  2014-05-03  ]  
Nearly 22% of Egyptians have not decided yet who to elect if the presidential elections were to be held tomorrow
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[ اDate :  2014-05-03  ]  
Egypt’s probable president Pretending to be a civilian
[ Place of PublicationThe Economist  ]  
[ اDate :  2014-04-05  ]  
Percentage of Egyptians who do not intend to re-elect Morsi exceeds twice the percentage of those who intend to re-elect him if elections were held tomorrow
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[ اDate :  2013-06-25  ]  
       
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