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20% is enough for them to dominate a coalition government.
I suspect the IDEALS of the MB are more broadly accepted among Muslem Egyptian Arabs than this pole implies. However, the question is whether the organized MB will overwhelm secularists who will field divide their votes among multiple candidates.The MB is a religious-based party. As I understand it, they should be prohibited from participating in politics according to the Egyptian constitution.
20% isn't bad. That's probably more support than the Tehran regime enjoys. Sadman probably had 30% support at times. Didn't keep him out of power though.
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