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“National movement” is a leader of IRI political ratings
09:58 03.05.2012
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Some results of International Republic Institution’s (IRI) research regarding ratings of Georgian political parties are already known.  

On the question - if the presidential elections are scheduled tomorrow, which presidential candidate will you choose? – the results were the following: Candidate of “National movement” – 37%, “Georgian dream” – 19%, “Christian-democratic movement – Giorgi Targamadze – 10%.      

On the question – which oppositional political leader you trust the most? – Giorgi Targamadze get – 28%, Bidzina Ivanishvili – 21%. 

International Republic Institution carried out the research thought “GALLUP”. 

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