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14 per cent of Georgians want to leave the country forever – Gallup2010-08-05 14:49
Gallup, the survey service, revealed 14 per cent of Georgians would like to leave the country forever - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
About 34 per cent would like to leave abroad for a temporary work.
These rates are higher than in CIS in general [13 and 24 per cent respectively].
Yet it is Armenia that has most willing to leave forever or for a while [39 and 44 per cent respectively].
Second Moldova: 36 per cent wish to leave and never return; 53 want a job abroad.
The third is Belarus: leave for ever - 20 per cent; leave to work - 35 per cent.
In Russia the rates are: 11 per cent in the former category; 22 per cent in the latter.