It's possible a people living so long under repressive rule have made too many Egyptians overly suspicious and all too ready to denounce and resent Morsi even though he's a representative of the majority that elected him in a free and fair election.
As I have written previously, [i] "I believe Morsi is an Egyptian first and his Muslim beliefs are not intended to establish Shariah Law and not intended to disregard the views of minorities in Egypt".
That Morsi has not been given the benefit of the doubt by the disparate opposition may bring even greater civil unrest and possibly civil war.
Should that occur, it wouldn't be Morsi's actions that precipitated it, but those of the disparate minority opposition that couldn't abide by the choice of the majority.
[i] "Protests in Egypt over President Morsi's Decrees, The View from Here", OPEDNEWS, November 25, 2012