International Republican Institute Releases Poll of Georgian Voters
According to the latest Georgian National Voter Study published by IRI in June 2005, 65% of Georgians are satisfied with the way democracy is developing in Georgia. 70% of Georgians say the electricity situation in their household has improved over the last six months, and 57% say that the Georgian government’s program to increase pensions has not improved the living standards of pensioners.
To find out more, visit IRI’s website where you can read the full results of the poll. Go to www.iri.org.ge. Choose your language, then click on “polling data”, and then click on “June 2005 polling data.”
The poll was implemented from May 26 to June 10, 2005. Georgian voters aged 18 years and over were interviewed face-to-face. The poll’s margin of error does not exceed 3%.
The poll covers political issues, the mood of the country, international relations, local government evaluation, religion, institutional evaluation, and more.
The poll was funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development and was designed, coordinated, and analyzed by Baltic Surveys/The Gallup Organization. The fieldwork was carried out by the Institute for Polling and Marketing.
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