NDI and CRRC-Georgia present the findings of the public opinion poll

On May 12 and 15, 2017, NDI Georgia and CRRC-Georgia presented the results of the public opinion poll to the media.

Laura Thornton, NDI’s resident director in Georgia and Koba Turmanidze, CRRC-Georgia’s director presented the findings of the country-wide survey, conducted in April 2017. 

The aim of the surveys is to help Georgian stakeholders address issues of public concern by providing accurate, unbiased and statistically-sound data. This poll aims to capture the most relevant information to foster the development of responsive policies and governance. A wide range of leaders from across political spectrum ave reported that the polls are important to their work and encourage continued polling.

The results reflect data collected from April 7 to April 28 through face-to-face interviews with a nationwide representative sample of Georgia’s adult population, excluding occupied territories, which included 2,493 completed interviews. The average margin of error is +/- 2,7 percent.

The poll results can be found at www.ndi.org/georgia-polls 

For detailed analysis of poll results you can visit Online Data Analysis (ODA) platform: http://caucasusbarometer.org/en 

NDI’s survey work is funded with UK aid from the British people and carried out by the CRRC Georgia.