Georgian citizens consider agriculture the main problem sphere
Current Georgian authorities have made changes important for citizens of the country. A recent poll conducted by experts from the National Democratic Institute, USA (NDI), 62 percent of respondents in Georgia share this opinion. This was reported by "Georgia-News" citing the story by "Rustavi 2".
Thus, according to the poll, 9 percent of Georgian respondents strongly agree with the statement that "the authorities have made changes important for them", 53 percent - agree in part. 18 percent of those surveyed do not share this view, 12 percent - do not agree in part.
As for the problems in the country, according to respondents, the main problem in the country is agricultural reform. This opinion is shared by 35 percent of respondents. This is followed by problems in education - 26 percent, the tax system - 23 percent, the electoral system - 20 percent and the judicial system - 20 percent.
In this case, nationwide problem, according to 62 percent of respondents, is the problem of unemployment in Georgia: 74 percent of respondents named jobs as the most important local issue.
The survey was conducted by NDI on September 9-21 throughout Georgia. It was attended by 2425 respondents.