A majority of young Arabs see Donald Trump’s election as the factor most influencing their region in the next five years, a survey published on Wednesday showed, and they expressed concern that the U.S. president was anti-Muslim. The annual survey by Dubai-based public relations firm ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller of people aged between 18-24 across 16 Arab countries showed 64 percent of respondents viewed the Trump presidency with “concern, anger or fear”.
Publication: City FM | Media Type: Radio | Country: United Arab Emirates
City FM: Arab youth disapprove of Trump, see him as anti-Muslim – poll
May 09, 2017