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The majority of the population wants candidate of “National movement” as the next president
14:33 16.07.2012
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According to the survey of the U.S. National Democratic Institution, 22% of Georgian population wants candidate of “National movement” as a next president as well.

NDI introduced results of the research to the media representatives today at the hotel “Tbilisi Marriott”. 

On the question – “who you want the most as the next president of Georgia?”, - 22% said they want candidate of “National movement” again, 25% - had no answer, and 20% believes they want to see candidate of “Georgian dream” on the position. 

As for leaders, according to the results, 6% of population wants again Mikheil Saakashvili as a next president, 2% - Giorgi Targamadze, 2% - other candidates. 

We will recall you that NDI research field works were conducted in period of June 4-22 and 6,299 respondents were interviewed throughout Georgia. 

NDI researches are funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and implements the Caucasus Research Resource Center (CRRC).

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