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75% of population is going to participate in the elections
12:26 16.07.2012
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According to the results of the U.S. National Democratic Institution, if tomorrow were parliamentary elections, 75% of Georgian population would participate in it; accordingly, 25% refuses to take part in elections.

According to the survey of NDI, 75% of respondents would take part in elections in Tbilisi; Namely, Isani – 79%, Samgori – 75%, Saburtalo – 80%, Nadzaladevi – 78%, Gldani – 70%.

As for cities, research results showed that 66% of respondents interviewed in Kutaisi is going to participate in elections, Rustavi – 65%, Batumi – 58% and Poti – 74%.

In addition, in Telavi region 69% of respondents are going to take part in voting process, in Gori region – 59%, Zugdidi region – 70%, Kobuleti – 48%, other cities 74%, and in villages – 82%.

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