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Results of an opinion poll conducted by the Center regarding “Events in Gaza”

The National Center for Middle East Studies, through the Field Research and Public Opinion Measurement Unit, is keen on conducting a number of opinion polls that keep pace with ongoing developments in order to discover how the public views those developments. Since Egyptians are partners in the decision-making process and support efforts to develop policies and adopt decisions that are in favor of the country and its citizens, these polls aim to closely and objectively identify the opinions of Egyptians, which is an important basis for consolidating the foundations of the new republic.

The National Center for Middle East Studies conducted a face-to-face survey on a simple random sample of 955 people who were distributed across urban and rural areas in the following governorates: Cairo, Al-Sharqia, Beheira, Menia, and Sohag. The survey was conducted between November 4 and 18, 2023, in order to identify public opinion on the events in the Gaza Strip.

The most prominent results of the survey were as follows:

  1. The largest percentage of respondents (59.6%) rejected hosting Palestinians in Sinai or displacing them from the Gaza Strip, while (40.4%) agreed to that.
  2. Nearly two-thirds of respondents (63.1%) rejected Egypt’s entry into military confrontations in favor of the Palestinian cause, while (36.9%) agreed to that.
  3. The majority of respondents support a boycott of American and Israeli products, at a rate of (87.1%), while (12.9%) are against the boycott.
  4. The majority of those polled supported the opening of the Rafah crossing to receive wounded and injured Palestinians, at a rate of (93.9%), compared to (6.1%) who refused to open the crossing.
  5. The majority of respondents agree on the necessity of Egypt cutting diplomatic relations with Israel.
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