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Moat Georgians support ruling party – survey2010-05-11 15:10
20 days before the upcoming elections Georgian TV companies published results of the surbey conducted by the national Democratic institute from April 11th to 26th with 2378 respondents-Georgian residents.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The most important problem 59 per cent called working places 47 per cent - territorial integrity; 28 per cent- overcoming poverty; 25 per cent - increasing pensions. 15 per cent demand just elections, 7 - human rights protection.
16 per cent see integration into NATO as most important; 3 per cent - integration in the EU.
41 per cent stick to the view the country is generally developed in the right direction; 12 per cent believe it to be absolutely right; 16 per cent see it as wrong; 4 per cent - absolutely wrong.
26 per cent fully support integration into NATO; 36 per cent - partially support; 7 per cent partially disagree; 9 per cent fully disagree.
41 per cent of respondents called the most acceptable political force the ruling party [United National Movement], 10 per cent - Christian Democrats; 6 per cent support the Alliance for Georgia; 4 per cent - the Labour Party.
At Tbilisi Mayor elections 57 per cent will vote for Gigi Ugulava [ruling party], 7 per cent - for Irakli Alasania, 5 per cent- for Gogi Topadze [Industry Will Save Georgia], 4 per cent - for Giya Chanturia [Christian Democrats]; 2 per cent - for Zviad Dzidziguri [National Council].
62 per cent believe Uglave will win; 3 per cent supposed Alasania will; 1 per cent gained Topadze, Chanturia and Dzidziguri each; 29 per cent refused or failed to answer.
At the self-governance elections 39 per cent will support the ruling party; 6 per cent - the Chrisitan Democrats; 5 per cent - the Alliance for Georgia; others reused to answer or called no party.
87 per cent positively assess the activities of Patriarch Ilia II; 68 per cent - of Georgian army; 62 per cent - of police; 51 per cent - of President Mikheil Saakashvili.
36 per cent are willing to see a candidate from the ruling party as a future President; 8 per cent - Georgi Targamadze [Christian Democrats]; another 8 per cent - Irakli Alasania; the rest refused or failed to answer.