Increasing numbers of Egyptians think their country is not heading in the right direction as political divisions deepen and the economy falters, according to a new poll released by the Pew Research Center.
The poll released Thursday says only 30 percent see the country on the right track, compared to 53 percent surveyed in 2012.
But despite their gloomy perception, 53 percent of Egyptians view Islamist President Mohammed Morsi favorably.
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