Surveys Riots in Egypt, Mubarak, Obama, and Internet Blackout
Matter Of Opinion (MOO), an Atlanta based website and bipartisan concept, posted another survey on January 28, 2011. MOO is asking surveyors to post their opinions about the recent riots in Egypt, Mubarak’s attempt to dissolve the current government, Obama’s response to the controversy, and their internet and cell phone interruption.
February 10, 2011 (FPRC) -- Matter Of Opinion (MOO), an Atlanta based website and bipartisan concept, posted another survey on January 28, 2011. MOO is asking surveyors to post their opinions about the recent riots in Egypt, Mubarak’s attempt to dissolve the current government, Obama’s response to the controversy, and their internet and cell phone interruption. On January 25, 2011 citizens of Egypt expressed their grievances in the form of several, heated riots which led Mubarak to interrupting Internet and cell phone service. Obama steps in by urging reform. Was Mubarak right in not resigning and dissolving the current government? Was Obama’s response appropriate? How would Americans respond if their Internet and cell phone services were interrupted?
The survey’s purpose is to gain insight into public opinion about the incident, and to stimulate productive debate and discussion, according to Matter Of Opinion. Results will be sent directly to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
About Matter Of Opinion (MOO)
Our political system was originally designed to be for the people, by the people. But today, the decision-making process too often excludes us...the people. Matter Of Opinion was created to change that.
Matter Of Opinion (MOO) is a new social media survey site that does what most media companies don't, can't, or choose not to do...we deliver your opinions directly to those people involved in the decision-making so your voice is heard. MOO encourages its users toanswer simple survey questions on important issues that affect our economy, culture, politics, education, environment...anything that has an impact on our lives, well being, and future. MOO utilizes a sophisticated technology that allows users to easily share the survey and their opinions with others MOO'ers (anonymously or registered) or embed the survey directly into their own facebook and Twitter accounts, email, and blogs to encourage their peers to share in the discussion. To become part of what we're doing at MOO, simply visit us at www.matterofopinion.com
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Egypt, Riot, Mubarak
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