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The majority of Georgians trust Obama and Sarkozy2008-11-17 13:55
The attitude of the USA to Georgia will not change after Barack Obama's election, believes the major part of Georgian population (52, 7 per cent) - concludes the survey conducted by «Kviris Palitra» (Week Palitra) with 407 people.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the same time, 4, 9 per cent think that the relationships will deteriorate, 22, 8 per cent believe they will, on contrary, improve, 19, 6 per cent find difficulty in replying.
The most influential European leader is called Nicolas Sarkozy. The respondents granted him 7, 61 points, and 77 per cent of these people awarded him 8 points - the maximum.
Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, was given 5, 56 points and the second place. The third was occupied by Vladimir Putin, the Russian Prime-Minister (4, 84).
Other influential leaders are: Gordon Brown, the British PM - 4, 83 points, Silvio Berlusconi the Italian PM - 4, 55, Lech Kaczynski, the President of Poland - 3, 13, Dmitry Medvedev, the President of Russia - 2, 65 and Viktor Yushchenko, the President of the Ukraine -1, 82 points.