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First pre-election ratings published in Georgia2010-03-31 14:28
This morning Georgian TV companies published first pre-election ratings, prepared by IRI and financed by USAID.gt-en-newsitem-inside
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.