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Georgian TV companies published results of a new survey by a foreign company2010-05-19 15:39
Today Rustavi 2 and Imedi TV companies published results of another public survey, organized on their request - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This time the survey was held by CSA [French company]. Survey was conducted in Tbilisi from May 1st to 14th, over 1000 respondents aged 18+ participated.
Out of them 68 per cent stated their intention to vote. The results on candidates:
Gigi Ugulava (ruling party, United National Movement) - 57%; Irakli Alasania (Alliance for Georgia)-14%;
Gia Chanturia (Christian Democratic Movement)-11%;
Gogi Topadze (Industrialists` Party) -10%;
Zviad Dzidziguri (National Council) -6%;
Nika Ivanishvili (People`s Democrats) 1%;
Davit Iakobidze (Tortladze-Democrats)-1%.
None of the respondents marked other candidates, Giorgi Laghidze and Tamar Vashadze, Rustavi 2 reports.
In Tbilisi 44 per cent will vote for the ruling party.
Christian Democrats - 23 %;
Alliance for Georgia - 16%;
Industrialists' party - 9%;
National Council - 7%.
64 per cent believe elections will be held in fair and democratic atmosphere; 22 per cent think the elections will be rigged.