Poll Archive

Date:  December 21, 2012

Is the CAF correct in naming the Ahly footballers the best club this year?

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Date:  December 12, 2012

Do you think the Syrian military will use chemical weapons?

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State:  Closed

Date:  December 04, 2012

Will Egypt's planned constitutional referendum...

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State:  Closed

Date:  November 14, 2012

Is the Middle East about to have a regional war?

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State:  Closed

Date:  October 30, 2012

Israeli PM Netanyahu says a military strike on Iran would be good for Arabs. Do you agree?

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Date:  October 23, 2012

Will the Syrian cease-fire proposed by Lakhdar Brahimi take hold?

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Date:  October 17, 2012

Will massive protests in Cairo help or hurt Egypt’s reforms?

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Date:  October 03, 2012

Will Bahrain resolve its troubles and have genuine peace?

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State:  Closed

Date:  September 28, 2012

Would you support a 75 percent income tax on your country's wealthiest people and businesses?

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Date:  September 18, 2012

Is Iran’s nuclear development for:

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Date:  September 12, 2012

Are the attacks on U.S. embassies in Cairo and Benghazi justified?

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Date:  September 06, 2012

Should Egypt’s Premier League begin football matches before the trial for the Port Said riot?

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Date:  August 28, 2012

The UN says there are over 200,000 Syrian refugees. When do you think they might return home?

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Date:  August 21, 2012

Can Lakhdar Brahimi be successful ending the war in Syria?

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Date:  August 14, 2012

Will Syria's military follow their ex-prime minister's call to defect?

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Date:  August 07, 2012

Should Egypt renegotiate the Camp David Accords?

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Date:  July 26, 2012

How concerned are you about al-Qaida?

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Date:  July 24, 2012

How many Olympic Medals will Middle Eastern countries win?

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Date:  July 17, 2012

When might Syria’s government be defeated by rebels?

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Date:  July 10, 2012

Which Arab Spring country will show the most benefit in five years?

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Date:  July 03, 2012

How long before Egypt’s economy is vibrant again?

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Date:  June 27, 2012

Does Syria’s shooting down of a Turkish jet and NATO’s condemnation signal possible international involvement in the conflict?

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Date:  June 20, 2012

What do you think is the condition of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak?

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Date:  June 13, 2012

Do you think there will be a repeat of Tahrir Square protests following this weekend’s presidential runoff in Egypt?

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Date:  May 31, 2012

Is Syria already in a civil war and should the international community start using that term?

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Date:  May 22, 2012

Who is most likely to win the Egyptian presidency after a presumed runoff?

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Date:  May 15, 2012

Do you think the Arab Spring is over?

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Date:  May 09, 2012

Which election has the most importance to the Middle East?

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Date:  May 04, 2012

Which election has the most importance to the Middle East?

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Date:  April 10, 2012

EGYPTIANS: Whom might you vote for as president?

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Date:  April 05, 2012

Who was the first person to win election as a write-in candidate?

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Date:  March 30, 2012

Should the Syrian opposition be supplied with weapons by other countries?

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Date:  March 18, 2012

One year into Syria's uprising, do you think President Bashar al-Assad will be in power March 15, 2013?

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Date:  February 20, 2012

Would you support an Israeli preemptive strike against Iran's nuclear facilities?

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Date:  February 07, 2012

Should the veto power of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council be revoked?

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Date:  January 24, 2012

With Egypt marking the first anniversary of its Arab Spring, how do you think the country is faring compared to a year ago?

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Date:  January 17, 2012

What changes in the UN Security Council, if any, do you think would make the body more effective in dealing with crises like the one in Syria?

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Date:  January 03, 2012

How would you rate the level of effectiveness of the Arab League observer mission in Syria?

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