Egypt Political Poll: Muslim Brotherhood Influence, Troubles For West
EXCLUSIVE SURVEY
Doug Schoen
Randall Lane
Updated Apr. 24, 2017 3:09PM ET 
Published Jul. 26, 2011 12:19AM ET 
With two months remaining until early parliamentary elections, a new Newsweek/Daily Beast poll shows clearly and unambiguously that the political climate in Egypt is moving in a new direction that is inimical to American and allied interests—notwithstanding the billions of dollars in aid that the United States continues to provide.
The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's largest Islamist group, is poised to win the largest share of the vote in parliamentary elections; the man who appears to have a clear shot at the presidency, Amr Moussa, has made his name criticizing Israel; and a large majority of respondents favor amending or revoking the cornerstone of regional stability, the Camp David Accords.
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