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Opinion poll shows majority supports Saakashvili and his policies

22 October 2010 - 6:50pm

The majority of the Georgian population, 67 percent, supports Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili and his policies, according to an opinion poll conducted by the American analytic company Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, News-Georgia reports. 28 percent were against the policies of Saakashvilli.
 
From those respondents who were familiar with the Constitutional reforms strengthening the role of the prime minister, 76 percent supported the new constitution. 18 percent were against it.
 
The company conducted the opinion poll in Georgia in late September - early October, using a sample of 1,200 people. The opposition Labour Party of Georgia has called for the results of the poll not to be trusted. 

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