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Georgia treating Russia negatively2011-03-28 14:53
Gallup American Research Center has published the data on various world countries' attitude to Russia, - Azerbaijani media report.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Among the Caucasian countries, Armenia and Azerbaijan treat Russia and its policy normally or positively, while Georgia's attitude towards Russia is strongly negative.
54% of people in Azerbaijan positively assess Russia's policy.
75% of Armenians also positively assess Russia's policy, characterizing it as efficient. This viewpoint is not shared by only 7% of Armenian citizens.
As for Georgia, its attitude to Russia is strongly negative. 76% of the Georgian respondents criticized official Moscow's policy and only 6% estimated Dmitry Medvedev and Vladimir Putin's steps as efficient.
The same low level of respect towards Russia was recorded in another country, Kosovo, where the number of citizens with a pro-Russian attitude does not exceed 7%.