According to a survey published today by the NDI, the assessment of the Prime Minister’s performance in the last year has deteriorated.
According to the survey, if in December 2020, 46% were satisfied with the activities of Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia, in December 2021 this figure is 27% in relation to Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili.
Research shows that most of the population is dissatisfied with the activities of various leaders or institutions.
Evaluation of the government’s performance
39% are satisfied, 52% are dissatisfied, 27% are neutral, 7% are not determined.
Evaluation of the President’s performance
14% are satisfied, 46% are dissatisfied, 29% are neutral, 14% are not determined.
Evaluation of the CEC activities
22% are satisfied, 35% are dissatisfied, 28% are neutral, 10% are not determined.
Evaluation of the activities of the Parliament
12% are satisfied, 46% are dissatisfied, 33% are neutral, 7% are not determined.
The results of the survey reflect data collected between December 7-13, 2021, through phone interviews with a nationwide representative sample of Georgia’s adult population, excluding the Russian-occupied regions of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali (South Ossetia).