NDI poll: Prime Minister’s performance was rated as good by 28% and as bad by 35%, President’s negative job assessment has increased

The President’s negative job assessment has increased, the NDI poll shows.

To the question: “How would you rate the performance of ….?” - 12% of the respondents evaluated the President’s performance as good, 43% as average and 40% as bad. 5% do not know the answer. For information, in March 2022, 24% of the surveyed population assessed the President’s performance as good, 42% as average, and 24% as bad. 9% of respondents did not know the answer.

As for the performance of the Prime Minister, 28% of the interviewed population evaluated the performance of Irakli Gharibashvili as good, 33% as average, and 35% as bad. 4% do not know the answer to the question. For information, in March 2022, 26% of respondents rated the Prime Minister's performance as good, 32% as average, and 36% as bad. 6% of respondents did not know the answer.

At the same time, 9% of respondents evaluate the performance of the Parliament as good, 45% as average, and 41% as bad. 4% do not know the answer to the question.

Majority remain skeptical that parliament is responsive to citizens’ needs.

The report released by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and CRRC Georgia relies on the nationwide survey conducted between July 14 - August 15, through face-to-face interviews with a nationwide representative sample of Georgia’s adult population, excluding occupied territories. The August poll included 2,104 completed interviews. The average margin of error is +/- 2 percent.

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