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Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Zogby poll of Egyptians: Morsi bad-do not want army take over

Zogby Research Services June 2013
AFTER TAHRIR:
Egyptians Assess Their Government,
Their Institutions, and Their Future
Zogby Research Services, LLC Zogby Analytics, LLC © 2013
Dr. James Zogby Elizabeth Zogby Sarah Hope Zogby
Jon Zogby Chad Bohnert Joe Mazloom
http://www.aaiusa.org/page/-/Polls/EgyptianAttitudesTowardMB_%20June2013.pdf

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.

Better Off/Worse Off as compared to 5 years ago?
Better 28 Worse 61

Expect better/Worse in 5 years?
Better 46 Worse 34 Same 18

Arab Spring

When began did you expect positive change in Egypt?
Hopeful 82 Not hopeful 17

Attitude today now that have seen how it played out in Egypt
It is still a positive development 16
It was a democratic election, and
I respect the result 12
I am concerned that it was a set- back for Egypt 50
It makes no difference, because little will change in Egypt 21

Reaction to Morsi victory?
Positive 22% Respect it 35% Concerned 33% No difference 10%

Opinion now of Morsi victory
Positive 16% Respect it 12% Concerned 50% No difference 21%

Confidence in institutions

The army
Confident 94 Not confident 6
The police
Confident 52 Not confident 48
The judiciary
Confident 67 Not confident 31
The Presidency
Confident 27 Not confident 71
The Freedom and Justice Party and The Muslim Brotherhood
Confident 26 Not confident 74
The National Salvation Fund
Confident 22 Not confident 78
The Nour Party
Confident 29 Not confident 71
The April 6th Movement
Confident 25 Not confident 75

5. Level of Satisfaction in Morsi Performance
Guaranteeing my rights and freedoms
Satisfied 27 Not satisfied 72
Creating economic opportunity
Satisfied 25 Not satisfied 74
Keeping me safe and maintaining order
Satisfied 26 Not satisfied 74
Supporting services that help provide for my family’s health care,
education, etc.
Satisfied 26 Not satisfied 74

Credible Leaders

Gamal Abdul Nasser
Credible 73 Not credible 27
Anwar al Sadat
Credible 93 Not credible 7
Hosni Mubarak
Credible 23 Not credible 77
Mohamed Morsi
Credible 27 Not credible 71
Ahmad Shafiq
Credible 30 Not credible 70
Hamdeen Subhi
Credible 28 Not credible 71
Mohamed El Baradei
Credible 19 Not credible 81
Abdul Monem
Abdul Fatooh
Credible 33 Not credible 67
Amre Moussa
Credible 27 Not credible 73
Wael Ghoneim
Credible 23 Not credible 76
Bassem Yousef
Credible 60 Not credible 39

Do you support or oppose the Constitution passed in the last referendum?7
Support 30 Oppose 63

Attitudes Toward Current Government and Muslim Brotherhood

The current government is able to lead our nation out of our economic crisis
Agree 25 Disagree 75
The Muslim Brotherhood is committed to democracy
Agree 28 Disagree 72
The Muslim Brotherhood is capable of administering the state
Agree 26 Disagree 73
The Egyptian opposition is able to offer a better political alternative than
the current government
Agree 72 Disagree 28
The Muslim Brotherhood intends to ‘Islamize’ the State and control its
executive powers
Agree 71 Disagree 29
The upcoming parliamentary elections will be fair and transparent
Agree 29 Disagree 71

What To Do Next

Scrapping the constitution
Support 64 Oppose 30
A real national dialogue
Support 87 Oppose 12
The military temporarily assuming control
Support 44 Oppose 56
Immediate parliamentary elections to complete the ruling institutions
Support 52 Oppose 47

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