Recent Results
Egyptians Participation in the Upcoming Presidential Elections
       
  Number of the Day
  [ 1.3 million ]
[ Total deaths caused by road traffic accidents in 2012 worldwide. 90% of these accidents occurred in low-and middle-income countries.  ]  
[ Source:World Health Organization.  ]  
To Receive Number of the Day on your
Email please Register  
       
المزيد News About Baseera
Egypt’s probable president Pretending to be a civilian
[ Place of PublicationThe Economist  ]  
[ اDate :  2014-04-05  ]  
60% of Egyptians expect their living conditions to be better in the upcoming year, than they were in the previous one, while 7% expect them to be worse
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2013-12-16  ]  
20% of Egyptians rate the performance of Beblawi's government as good, while 19% rate it as bad
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2013-12-16  ]  
Egyptians love their country, hate their government
[ Place of Publicationthe American University at Cairo  ]  
[ اDate :  2013-11-22  ]  
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.
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2013-11-20  ]  
22% of Egyptians feel the Prime Minister's performance has been good, and 18% feel it has been bad.
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2013-11-20  ]  
Around 63% of Egyptians believe that their living conditions are now worse than they were at the start of President Mohammed Morsi's tenure
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2013-07-02  ]  
The poll shows clear variations among different governorates in the percentage of those who intend to re-elect Morsi
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2013-06-25  ]  
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
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2013-06-25  ]  
Less than one third of Egyptians approve the president’s performance
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2013-06-25  ]  
       
المزيد Workshops & Conferences
       
 
المزيد The Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research (Baseera)
المركز المصري لبحوث الرأي العام بصيرة

The Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research (Baseera) is an independent, and nonpartisan private entity for evidence based public opinion research. Established on April, 2012 in the aftermath of the 25th of January revolution, Baseera is committed to providing researchers, policy makers, business leaders, and the general public with reliable information on public attitudes and trends concerning influential policy matters.
Baseera offers public opinion research relying on a variety of data collection and data processing tools including face to face, telephone, internet, and focus groups services.
Our vision is to provide high quality, reliable research based on robust data in both a timely and cost-effective manner. At Baseera, there is a serious dedication to provide insightful advice and rigorous data for all our beneficiaries.


 
المزيد Recent polls
Egyptians Participation in the Upcoming Presidential Elections
 
   
The Government's performance and Egyptians' Living Standards
 
   
Results of the exit-poll on referendum: Egypt 2014
 
   
The Demonstration and Terrorism laws
 
   
The Government's performance and Egyptians' Living Standards
 
   
 
 
Baseera Facebook
 
Baseera twitter
 
Bassera Youtube
   
 
Home | About Us | Management structure | Recent polls | Media center | Publications | Workshops & Conferences | Important links | Registration | Contact us
Copyright: Version 2.0 – The Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research