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69 % Georgians consider themselves unemployed2012-07-11 12:28
In Georgia, 69% of the population consider themselves unemployed. Such survey results were obtained by the U.S. National Democratic Institute (NDI) in June 2012, the RBC reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
23% of respondents noted that, compared with January 2008, their situation has improved, while 46% say that it has not changed, and 28% - that the situation has only worsened.
When asked about the most important issue for today's Georgia, 58% named the creation of jobs, 33% - the restoration of the unity and territorial integrity of the country, 33% - affordable health care, and 27% - the problem of poverty. At the same time, 41% of respondents believe that the situation with the creation of jobs has not changed since January 2008, while 32% say it has worsened.
Sociological survey involved 6,299 people from all regions of Georgia.
At the same time, 4% of Georgians believe that Russia poses a real threat, the GHN reported.
29% of respondents believe that Russia really poses a threat, but it is exaggerated. 12% of respondents believe that Russia is not a threat to Georgia, and 13% refrained from the answer.
At the same time, answering the question "Do you like the current relationship with Russia", 87% of respondents answered negatively; 5% - indicated that the existing relations with Russia were acceptable for them.