…Quite unexpectedly, during that poll, as many as 11.5% of the Tunisians said that their country was democratic against 14% saying that it was ruled by a dictator regime. The key problems were corruption and unemployment. The Tunisians did not believe their leaders – be they political or religious. Most of them said that their economy was worse than it was in 2010. They were afraid of terrorism. As many as 60% of the youths were focused on finding a job. Today things are no better.
Polls by Arab Barometer and Arab Reform Initiative have shown that the Tunisians have become even more disappointed. Before the revolution, the IMF commended Ben Ali for his economic liberalism but the consequence of that policy was high unemployment….
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