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Monday, 24 October 2016


First pre-election ratings published in Georgia

2010-03-31 14:28

This morning Georgian TV companies published first pre-election ratings, prepared by IRI and financed by USAID.


According to these ratings, in all cases first positions are occupied by the ruling party of Georgia and its leader Mikheil Saakashvili - Georgia Times correspondent.

IRI surveyed over 800 in Tbilisi, and over 100 - in regions. The survey was held from March 3rd to 12th .

The survey says the ruling party [United National Movement] will win 36 per cent of votes at the self-governance elections of May 30th. Christian democrats will get 10 per cent, the Labour Party - 8, Alliance for Georgia - 6 per cent; For United Georgia [by Okruashvili ] - 2 per cnet; Democratic Movement-United Georgia [by Burjanadze] - 1 per cent, as well as the National Democratic Party. 35 per cent of respondents refused to call a party they'll vote for.

In the view of the majority of respondents, Mikheil Saakashvili will cope with Russian aggression best - he won 33 per cent of votes; next came Irakli Alasania [10 per cent] and Shalva Natelashvili [9 per cent].

When asked, who will drive the country out of crisis most quickly and effectively, 34 per cent replied: Mikheil Saakashvili; 9 per cent called Shalva Natelashvili; 8 per cent - Irakli Alasania.


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