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Georgians don’t want to see the ruling party in office - survey2009-08-27 12:51
Two thirds of Georgians surveyed by Georgian sociologists several days ago said they don't want to see anyone from the ruling party as a President.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In case the presidential elections could be called today, 26.4 per cent [out of 894 respondents] would vote for Gubaz Sanikidze, the National Forum pro-opposition party leader.
Levan Gachechiladze, the Protect Georgia! movement leader, came second with 24.05 per cent. The third was Irakli Alasania, the Alliance for Georgia head, the ex-Permanent representative of Georgia to the UN - the Vzglyad.
Also, 978 respondents participated in the survey aimed to learn what member of the United national Movement [the ruling party] they would like to see in as the president. 77.1 per cent answered: no-one, 13.29 - Mikheil Saakashvili one more time, 2.97 - Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili.