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Russians believe Georgia needs another President2009-08-12 14:15
Russian Public Opinion Research Center, VCIOM conducted a research and revealed: 79 per cent of respondent Russians believe that Georgia needs "another, worthier President" - RIA Novosti. 11 per cent respect the choice of the Georgian people, though mention personally they do not like all aspects of Mikheil Saakashvili. Only 2 per cent of Russians like and respect the Georgian leader. 9 per cent found difficulty answering.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In 2004 40 per cent believed that establishing friendly relations between Georgia and Russia under Saakashvili was possible. In 2009 only 14 per cent still believe; 78 per cent think it cannot happen; 8 per cent made no answer.
VCIOM experts mentioned that with these 2 per cent who respect Saakashvili, 75 per cent think that establishing friendly ties is possible; 21 per cent think on contrary; 4 per cent abstained.
Within 79 per cent who believe Saakashvili must be replaced: 88 per cent are sure that no good relations between the two countries cannot be; 8 per cent disagree; 5 per cent abstained.