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Georgian ruling party having more public support: NDI polls
Last Updated(Beijing Time):2012-07-17 10:28

The ruling party of the south Caucasus country of Georgia, the United National Movement party, enjoys more public support in the current campaigning for this October's parliamentary elections of the country.

That was learned from a poll conducted by the U.S. National Democratic Institute (NDI) between June 4-22 among 6,299 Georgians, with a margin of error of 2 percent, said a source with the American institute.

The polls showed that the ruling United National Movement party garnered 36 percent of support from the respondents, followed by the Georgian Dream coalition with 18 percent and the Christian- Democratic Movement party 4 percent.

Another NDI survey carried out in February showed the ruling United National Movement party as having 11 percentage points more of support from respondents, while the Georgian Dream opposition coalition as having 8 percentage points less of the support. The Christian-Democratic Movement party had a support rate of 3 percent.

Georgia has announced to hold its parliamentary elections in October this year, but the exact date of the elections is yet to be set.

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