Majority of Egyptians unhappy with their country's direction
As Egypt prepares for its upcoming presidential election, a new report has found that a majority of Egyptians are dissatisfied with the direction their country is headed.
The survey by the Pew Research Center comes after a turbulent year in Egypt that saw Mohammed Morsi ousted from the presidency.
Pew Research also put the data in a historical context to understand how opinions have changed over the years.
The BBC's David Botti breaks down the survey's findings.
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23 May 2014
- From the section Magazine