Tbilisi. On September 7 the National-Democratic
Institute (NDI) has released the second part of the public opinion polls, which
covered the ratings of political parties and the public attitude towards the
upcoming parliamentary elections. According to the survey, out of the
respondents who intend to participate in the elections, 37% support the United
National Movement, 12% - the coalition "Georgian Dream", 22% do not
know the answer, and 21% refused to answer this question.
Field works for the survey were carried
out during the period of 31 July – 12 August, and total of 2,038 people were
interviewed Georgia-wide. The first part of the survey, which was released two
days ago, depicts the population's attitude towards the democracy, reforms,
foreign and domestic policies and media.
NDI's public opinion polls are funded by
the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) and are
implemented by the Caucasian Research Resources Center (CRRC).