Majority of NDI respondents think government used excessive force against June 20 rally protesters

68 percent of the respondents consider that the government used excessive force against protesters while dispersing a rally in Tbilisi on June 20-21, according to the results of the public opinion survey released by the U.S. National Democratic Institute (NDI).

22 % of the interviewed respondents think that the force, used against the protesters was “relevant,” 4% - disagree with both opinions, while 4% - do not have any answer.

The NDI survey was carried out in the period of July 13-29 based on face-to-face interview principle and random selection of 2 131 respondents across Georgia. The margin of error is 1.7%.

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