Arab Youth Survey 2012

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After the Spring For the 2012 survey, we spoke to the region’s youth one year after the start of these dramatic events that began in Tunisia, one of the two new countries, along with Libya, we introduced to this year’s survey. We have thus themed this year’s survey, “After the Spring.” In the wake of this period of incredible change, the findings of the ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey 2012 reveal that young people in the Middle East are now less concerned about greater political participation - although that is still important to them. Today, however, the top priorities for young people in the Arab world are earning a fair wage and owning their own home.Keep in mind that the ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey 2012 doesn’t only tell us what young people in the region think about traditional values, or which media they use, or how they feel about various models of governance.

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