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Additionally, for the first time since September of last year, less than half of Egyptians think it is a “good thing” for the Muslim Brotherhood to hold a strong and influential position in the country’s parliament. Nearly as many now think it is a “bad thing” as did so last September. Such a decline is likely a testament to increasing frustration with the parliament’s ability to manage the affairs of a country in the throes of a turbulent transition process that has been plagued with bouts of violence and economic decline.