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In Georgia, 90% of citizens trust police and military2012-05-04 15:50
As reported by the RBC, residents of Georgia trust the church, the army and police most of all. This is the result of a sociological survey conducted throughout the country in March-April 2012 by the U.S. International Republican Institute (IRI) and Gallup Institute with funding from USAID.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the survey, 92% trust the church, 90% residents trust the army and police. 71% residents expressed their trust to the administration of the President of Georgia, 69% - to the parliament, 68% - to the government.
The poll has shown that if the parliamentary elections were held next week, most people in Georgia would vote for candidates from the ruling party "United National Movement", that is 45%, the edition reported.
Political power "Georgian Dream", led by billionaire Boris (Bidzina) Ivanishvili, took the second place with 15%. The opposition parliamentary party "Christian-Democratic Movement" has gained 9%, other political parties received less than 4%.