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The church is the most trusted institute according to the IRI research
19:31 25.07.2012
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According to the researches of the U.S. “International Republican Institution”, the church is leading in terms of the trust with 94% of respondents.   

According to the same survey, the army is trusted by 89%, the police – 88%, the president’s administration – 69%, the government – 66% and the parliament 65 %.

On the question: if the presidential elections were tomorrow, who would you support, - 37% answered candidate of the “National movement”, 24 % - Bidzina Ivanishvili and 7 % Giorgi Targamadze.

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