NDI Survey on Public Attitudes in Georgia

July 18, 2012, 1:01 p.m.

The National Democratic Institute has released the results of a survey regarding public attitudes in Georgia titled "Public Attitudes in Georgia: Results of a June 2012 Survey." One component of this public opinion survey looks to measure  attitudes towards the upcoming parliamentary elections in Georgia.  NDI found that if elections were to be held tomorrow, the United National Movement would win the vote of 38 percent of those surveyed. Another 22 percent said of those surveyed answered “don’t know” while 18 percent would chose the Georgian Dream Coalition and 16 percent refused to answer. Finally, 4 percent said “no party” and 3 percent said the Christian Democratic Movement.

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