In a new poll released by the Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research, Baseera, on Tuesday, diverging opinions were given about the cabinet performance.
The poll revealed that 27 percent of Egyptians rated the cabinet performance as "good", while 20 percent rated it as "bad", with the majority of 38 percent rating it as "average" and some 16 percent saying they don't know.
The poll was conducted on a sample of 2000 people by phone between 28 and 30 January.
The poll shows higher levels of satisfaction with government performance in rural areas, where it reached 29 percent, compared to 24 percent in urban areas.
According to Baseera, which publicized the results in a press release, the numbers reflect an improvement from results published back in November, when only 20 percent of Egyptians were satisfied with government performance, with 19 percent rating it as bad and 27 percent deeming it average.