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New survey shows widespread 'dissatisfaction' among Egyptians

Research suggests more than a third of Egyptians still view Muslim Brotherhood positively
The majority of Egyptians would favour a stable government over a democratic one (AFP)

Egypt has faced a tumultuous few years and the political landscape has shifted several times.

With elections in Egypt due to take place this Monday and Tuesday, the mood in the country since the fall of Mohamed Morsi’s government has been mixed.

A new report by the Pew Research Centre has revealed how Egyptians are feeling as they anticipate a new government and a new direction for the country.