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Gallup World: The Georgians feel safe2012-08-22 15:00
According to the Gallup World survey, conducted on August 22, Georgia has taken one of the leading positions in terms of citizens' sense of security, gaining 91.5 points, the News-Georgia reported. This was announced by the Ministry of Justice of Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The study was conducted simultaneously in 143 countries. "According to the research, Georgia has taken one of the leading positions in terms of citizens' sense of security. Sense of security level is outperforming both the countries of the South Caucasus and the average indicator in Europe, Asia, as well as the former Soviet Union states", said in a statement by the Ministry of Justice of Georgia.
Recall, 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.
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.