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GfK exit polls: ruling party in the lead2010-05-31 10:30
GfK conducted exit polls on the request on the Public Broadcaster of Georgia, the ruling party and its candidates are leading in the self-governance elections of May 30th - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Sunday evening air of the Public Broadcaster, Gigi Ugulava [ruling party, the United National Movement] won 60 per cent of votes; second comes Irakli Alasania [Alliance for Georgia] - 18 per cent; Georgia Chanturia [Christian Democratic movement] and Zviad Dzidziguri [the National Council] gained 7 per cent each; Gogi Topadze [Industry to Save Georgia] - 4 per cent; the rest got less than 1% of votes.
Polling on proportional lists: UNM - 58%; Alliance for Georgia - 17%; Christian Democratic union - 8.3%; National Council - 6.9%; Industrialists - 4.3 %; other parties - less than 1%.
Exit polls were held at 50 polling stations; 5000 respondents surveyed. The minimal difference with actual results will be 2 per cent, GfK reports.