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Saakashvili is satisfied with the NDI data2012-07-18 13:20
The support, the Georgian society has expressed the ruling party, is the evidence of people's trust in the authorities, spokesman of Georgian President Manana Manjgaladze said, commenting on the survey results published by the American National Democratic Institute (NDI).gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The agreement with Georgia - this is the format in which we'll come into every family, to tell; and more importantly is to fulfill our promises. Promises our newly formed government has given to our society", Manjgaladze said.
But the opposition coalition of the billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili "Georgian Dream" does not trust the results of the NDI. This was stated by the Ivanishvili's spokesman Maya Panjikidze, the News Georgia reported.
According to the NDI survey, 36% of respondents would vote for the ruling party "United National Movement" in the parliamentary election, whereas only 18% would vote for the "Georgian Dream".
"Our position has not changed; we do not trust the NDI surveys, as well as the researches of other organizations. We are not familiar with the methodology of research, how the field work was conducted, we do not know who's funding these studies", Maia Panjikidze said.
Furthermore, as demonstrated by the NDI studies, 33 % of citizens support the appointment of the current head of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili to the post of prime minister after his presidential term in 2013, the Trend reported.