Survei Independen: 63% Rakyat Mesir Tidak Setuju Kudeta


Laporan menunjukkan bahwa sebagian besar rakyat Mesir menentang penghapusan (kudeta) Morsi

Sebuah laporan dari the Egyptian Centre for Media Studies and Public Opinion telah mengungkapkan bahwa kebanyakan orang di Mesir menentang penghapusan (kudeta) Presiden Mohamed Morsi. Hanya 26 persen mendukung kudeta, dengan 63 persen menentangnya, 11 persen responden tidak memberikan pendapat.

Kuesioner ini didasarkan pada sampel acak dari publik Mesir. Integrasi situs Mesir mengatakan bahwa tingkat kredibilitas kuesioner adalah lebih dari 95 persen.

Penulis laporan mengatakan bahwa jumlah orang yang menentang kudeta militer mirip dengan jumlah yang mendukung Konstitusi dalam referendum yang diadakan tahun lalu. Ini menunjukkan, kata laporan tersebut, yang mendukung Morsi di negara itu belum terpengaruh secara negatif oleh propaganda media. Media pro-kudeta mengklaim bahwa mayoritas rakyat Mesir mendukung kudeta Morsi.

Mengomentari distribusi demografis yang pro-dan anti kamp Morsi, pihak pensurvei mengatakan bahwa mereka yang pro-kudeta cenderung hidup di Greater Kairo. Di Mesir Hulu, angka melawan kudeta naik sampai 83 persen, tapi di Kairo itu hanya lebih dari setengah, di 52,8 persen.

Dari mereka yang masih mendukung Morsi, 91 persen mengatakan bahwa kudeta adalah upaya untuk membasmi "proyek politik Islam", 86 persen percaya bahwa Mursi masih presiden sah negara tersebut, terlepas dari latar belakang politik atau agamanya. Enam puluh sembilan persen dukungan Morsi karena mereka tidak menginginkan kembalinya rezim Mubarak, 57 persen mendukung Mursi karena menentang kekuasaan militer.

Mereka yang pro-kudeta tampaknya dibagi dalam penalaran mereka. Enam puluh enam persen ingin menggulingkan presiden untuk "kembali" identitas sipil Mesir, sedangkan 45 persen mendukung kudeta karena mereka mendukung kekuasaan militer.


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Report shows that most Egyptians oppose Morsi's removal 

A report from the Egyptian Centre for Media Studies and Public Opinion has revealed that most people in Egypt are opposed to the removal of President Mohamed Morsi from office. Only 26 per cent support the coup, with 63 per cent against it; 11 per cent of respondents did not give an opinion.

The questionnaire was based on a random sample of the Egyptian public. The Integration Egypt website said that the questionnaire's credibility rate is more than 95 per cent.


The report's authors said that the number of people who appeared to be anti-military coup is similar to the number who backed the Constitution in the referendum held last year. This suggests, says the report, that Morsi's support in the country has not been affected negatively by media propaganda. The dominant pro-coup media claim that most Egyptians support Morsi's removal.

Commenting on the demographic distribution of the pro- and anti Morsi camps, the centre said that those who are pro-coup tend to live in Greater Cairo. In Upper Egypt, the figure against the coup rises to 83 per cent, but in Cairo it is just over half, at 52.8 per cent.

Of those who still support Morsi, 91 per cent say that the coup is an attempt to eradicate the "Islamic political project"; 86 per cent believe that he is still the country's legal president, regardless of his political or religious background. Sixty-nine percent support Morsi because they do not want a return of the Mubarak regime in all but name; 57 per cent are opposed to military rule.

Those who are pro-coup appear to be divided in their reasoning. Sixty-six per cent wanted to overthrow the president in order to "regain" the civilian identity of Egypt, whereas 45 per cent backed the coup because they support military rule.

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