The recent IRI survey revealed that 40% of respondents are unwilling to vote for the United National Movement, marking an almost 10% increase compared to the fall of 2022. Nika Melia, a member of the opposition United National Movement, wrote on Facebook that it is a consequence of the leadership of Kezerashvili and Merabishvili.
“Overcoming the negative perception has been a significant challenge for the party, hindering their prospects for victory.
Despite efforts to change this perception and reduce negativity, the survey indicates a notable increase, reaching 40% of respondents expressing a firm decision to never vote for UNM.
It is a result of Kezerashvili and Merabishvili’s rule.
The presence of this attitude, and especially the growth of it, gives a hand to the propaganda of the Georgian Dream,” Nika Melia stated.