Poll results released today by the National Democratic Institute (NDI or the Institute) and CRRC Georgia show that Georgian citizens are bound together by a shared commitment to European and Euro-Atlantic integration.
According to NDI, the new survey, which was conducted before the European Commission’s November 8th decision, reaffirms the unwavering dedication of the Georgian people to European integration, with an impressive 79 percent expressing support for EU membership.
“Over the last year, public opinion trends show a significant increase in favor of political and economic cooperation with the EU. The survey shows that poverty and economic problems are identified as main contributors to a sense of insecurity – a finding that transcends party lines,” – said NDI Georgia country director, Alan Gillam
The new report looks at a nationwide survey conducted between October 12-November 4, through face-to-face interviews with a nationwide representative sample of Georgia’s adult population, excluding occupied territories. The October poll included 2,068 completed interviews. The average margin of error is +/- 2.2%.