NDI: Georgians Name Parliament and Courts as Lowest-Performing Institutions

Poll results released today by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and CRRC-Georgia show that 40% of respondents assess Parliament’s work negatively. 

Just 1% of the interviewees evaluate the work of the legislative body as “very good”, 8% as “good”, 27% as “average” and 17% as “bad.”

The same survey shows that 31% of respondents named courts as the lowest-performing national institution.

5% of respondents evaluate the performance of police as “bad”, 35% as ”average”, 37% as “good”, 6% as “very good”, 4% as “very bad”.

37% of the interviewees evaluate the Orthodox Church as “good”, 13% as “very good”, 10% as “bad” and 2% as “very bad”.

44% of the NDI respondents evaluate the Georgian army as “good”, 8% as “very good”, 31% as “average” and 9% as “bad”.

The results reflect data collected from November 19- December 13, 2019, through face-to-face interviews with a nationwide representative sample of Georgia’s adult population, excluding occupied territories, that included 2,180 completed interviews.

NDI’s survey work is funded by UK Aid. The poll was carried out by CRRC Georgia.

NDI is an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization working to support and strengthen democratic institutions worldwide through citizen participation, openness and accountability in government.

By Ana Dumbadze 

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