Among the political parties currently operating in Georgia, the leader remains the ruling “Georgian Dream”.
This is evidenced by the results of a sociological survey conducted by the British company Survation commissioned by the scandalous opposition TV channel Rustavi 2.
As you know, parliamentary elections are scheduled for October 31 in Georgia. Within the framework of voting 120 deputies will be elected by party lists, and 30 – in single-seat constituencies. Pro-Western opposition forces made a big stake on these elections, but the ratings are not in their favor.
Thus, “Strategy Agmashenebeli” party has only 4% support, “European Georgia – Movement for Freedom” – 8% support, and “United National Movement” of the runaway president Mikheil Saakashvili – 19%. At the same time, the ruling party “Georgian Dream” received 52% of support.
The survey also showed that 65% of citizens are ready to vote in the upcoming elections, 13% of the survey participants said they are likely to go and another 13% are doubtful. 8% of respondents refused to participate.Russia will pay for medical equipment that WHO will deliver to Libya