The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has released results of a public opinion poll, reflecting political ratings.
The United National Movement is viewed as the strongest opposition party by 51% of respondents. This indicator has increased by 9% on the corresponding indicator of a similar NDI survey conducted in November 2013.
The Christian Democratic Party/Democratic Movement – United Georgia coalition is considered the strongest opposition party by 8% of respondents, the Labor Part by 4% and the Georgian Dream coalition by 3%.
Some 85% believe that the existence of strong opposition party in the country is important, up on the similar indicator in November 2013 by 4%. Some 4% deems this unimportant.
The NDI public opinion poll was conducted over the period from 26 March to 18 April and covered 3,942 people. The survey was financed by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).