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Poll: 32% of Egyptians Will Vote for FJP
Poll: 32% of Egyptians Will Vote for FJP
A recent poll conducted by Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS), showed that 32% of Egyptians will vote for Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) in the upcoming elections, while 16% will vote for "revolution youth", 14.2% for the Liberal Al-Wafd Party, 7.7% for Free Egyptians Party, 6.6% for the Salafist Al-Noor Party, and 5.2% for the Egyptian Social Democratic Party.
Tuesday, August 23,2011 18:23
by Hussein Mahmoud IkhwanWeb

A recent poll conducted by Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS), showed that 32% of Egyptians will vote for Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) in the upcoming elections, while 16% will vote for "revolution youth", 14.2% for the Liberal Al-Wafd Party, 7.7% for Free Egyptians Party, 6.6% for the Salafist Al-Noor Party, and 5.2% for the Egyptian Social Democratic Party. 

The poll aimed at exploring political life in Egypt after the January 25 Revolution. Results were presented at a seminar Monday hosted by ACPSS titled "Egyptians, Politics, and Political Parties."

Asking which polilitcal party Egyptians trust the most, an astounding 69% of Egyptians responded they do not trust any party, while 11.5% said they trust the FJP, 4.5% said they trust Al-Wafd, 3% the revolution youth, and 2.6% Al-Noor. 

Amr Mousa topped the list of potential presidential candidates with 63.5% favorite ratings,  followed by Ahmad Shafik 49%, Al-Bastawisi and Selim Al-Awwa equally 40%, Hamdeen Sabbahi and Omar Suleiman 39%. 

Meanwhile, contrary to media speculations, 80% of survyed Egyptians expressed their confidence in the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), and 95% said they trust SCAF will conduct elections on time, and will transfer power to a civilian authority.

Head of the ACPSS Gamal Abdel Gawad agreed results were surprising, he added the sample was selected with the help of CAPMAS (The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics) which is a trusted government institution. 

tags: Egyptians / Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Elections / Liberal / January 25 / Revolution / Political Parties / Amr Mousa / Presidential Candidates / SCAF / / Al-Ahram Center / ACPSS / Revolution Youth / Al-Wafd Party / Al-Awwa / CAPMAS /
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