CAIRO: A total of 68 percent of Egyptias believe their country is “generally better” than it was before the Jan. 25 Revolution in 2011, according to a poll by the Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research (Baseera.)
Of those surveyed, 29 think the conditions of Egypt is “much better,” while 39 believe they are “better.” Ten percent feel there has been no change since 2011, ten percent think circumstances of Egypt are “worse,” nine percent believe they are “much worse” and three percent could not decide.
The older the age of those surveyed, the better they think conditions are. Of those aged 18-19, 61 percent believe Egypt is better, while 82 percent of those who are older than 50 years old think the same.
Similarly, those with education lower than a university degree have a more positive outlook on the change since 2011 than those with university degree with 71 percent and 57 percent, respectively.