Tbilisi, Georgia – IRI released its latest poll of Georgian public opinion today.  The poll, conducted March 4-13, 2010, is a comprehensive analysis of attitudes regarding the current Georgian economic, social and political landscape.  

IRI has been conducting polls in Georgia since May 2003, prior to the Rose Revolution.  The data collected is used both to gauge public opinion, and also to assist IRI’s political party partners with building platforms based on the issues closest to the Georgian people. 

The randomly collected sample of 1,800 men and women of voting age was collected nationwide, with an 800 person oversample collected in Tbilisi.  The study was designed and analyzed by Baltic Surveys/The Gallup Organization.  The survey was fielded by the Institute for Polling and Marketing under the supervision of IRI.  The margin of error for the national sample does not exceed plus or minus three percent.

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