The majority of Georgians believe that the government and parliament are doing enough to support Ukraine, the recent poll by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) reads.
Among the interviewed, 51 per cent of respondents say that the Parliament of Georgia is doing enough to support Ukraine, and 53 per cent believe that the Government of Georgia is doing enough.
Based on the poll results, 33 per cent of respondents want the Parliament of Georgia and 32 per cent want the Government of Georgia to do more to support Ukraine.
The poll also indicates that younger citizens, Tbilisi residents and opposition supporters are more likely to say that the Georgian government and parliament should be doing more to support Ukraine.
The new report looks at a 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 per cent.