In Gallup's new report, Egyptians are pessimistic about the struggling economy and their standard of living, yet they are extremely optimistic about their lives improving over the years. Host Michel Martin discusses the report with the Abu Dhabi Gallup Center's Mohamed Younis. Martin also catches up with Cairo University graduate student Yassmine ElSayed Hany, who spoke with Tell Me More on the day Egypt's former President Mubarak stepped down.
Egyptians Find Optimism In Wake Of Uprisings
By NPR Staff • Jun 7, 2011