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61% of Egyptians rate the performance of the Prime Minister as good, 12% rate it as average and 4% rate it as bad
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[ اDate :  2014-07-16  ]  
58% of Egyptians believe that the appointment of four female ministers is a sufficient number to represent women in the cabinet
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2014-07-16  ]  
59 % of the Egyptians prefer continuation of Ibrahim Mahlab as the prime minister.
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2014-06-10  ]  
Two-thirds of Egyptians rate the president’s performance as Good, at the end of his term, and only 6 % of them rate it as Bad.
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[ اDate :  2014-06-10  ]  
Exit poll results indicate that 94.1% voted for El-Sisi, 4.6% voted for Sabahi and 1.3% invalidated their voices.
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[ اDate :  2014-05-28  ]  
El-Sisi’s popularity increases among Egyptians with less than intermediate education and decreases among Egyptians with university education if compared to his popularity at the end of April.
[ Place of PublicationBaseera  ]  
[ اDate :  2014-05-14  ]  
Nearly 15% of Egyptians have not decided yet who to elect if the presidential elections were to be held tomorrow
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[ اDate :  2014-05-14  ]  
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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