EGYPTIAN POST-ELECTION SURVEY (EPES)

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PROJECT COORDINATORS

 
 

SURVEYS

Surveys and data will be available soon.

  • December 2012, 600 elite respondents

    BASEERA

  • September-October 2012, 4080 respondents

    Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies/Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute

  • June 2012, 1200 respondents

    Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies/Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute

  • May 2012, 1200 respondents

    Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies/Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute

  • November 2011-January 2012, 3600 respondents

    Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies/Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute

  • October 2011, 2200 respondents

    Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies/Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute

  • September 2011, 2200 respondents

    Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies/Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute

  • August 2011, 2200 respondents

    Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies/Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute

PUBLICATIONS

  • Why Did the Arab Uprisings Turn Out as They Did? A Survey of the Literature

    POMED Snapshot August 2017 Read

  • Winners and Losers After Arab Spring

    Yale Global, August 28 2013 Read

  • Egypt's Swinging Centre

    Aljazeera.com, July 26, 2013 Read

  • Islamists Aren't the Obstacle

    Foreign Affairs, February 2013 Read

  • Three Myths About the Arab Uprisings

    Yale Global, July 2012 Read

PRESENTATIONS

  • Why Libya, Tunisia and Egypt Face Different Obstacles to Democratization

    American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, December 13, 2013 Watch

  • Islamism, Secularism and Democracy after the Arab Spring

    Ford Foundation, Cairo, Egypt, November 2012 Read

  • New Entrants and Old Voters: What They Tell Us about Voting in Egypt’s Authoritarian and Transitional Elections

    American University of Cairo, Cairo, Egypt, November 2012 Read

  • Women’s Political Participation

    Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt, November 2012 Read

  • New Entrants and Old Voters: Focus on Women’s Participation

    Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt, November 2012 Read

  • Why Did Islamist Parties Win and What Does It Mean?

    Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen, Denmark, October 2012 Read

FUNDERS

 
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