CAIRO: Sixty-seven percent of Egyptians believe their country is on the right track, according to an April poll released Monday by the Cabinet’s Information and Decision Support Center (IDSC.)
The poll showed that 84.6 percent of those surveyed are satisfied with President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s performance, while 68.6 percent are satisfied with Prime Minster Ibrahim Mahlab’s performance; 72 percent trust the government.
A total of 88 percent trust the police; 81 percent believe the police are performing well, 71 percent believe they positively interact with citizens. Of those surveyed 75 percent believe streets have become safer, and 62 percent are satisfied with cleanliness of public spaces.
Of those surveyed, 53 percent were affected by a surge in commodity prices.
Two weeks ago, the Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research (Baseera) conducted a poll showing that 89 percent of Egyptians are satisfied with Sisi’s performance during the past 10 months.