Georgia: 35% of survey respondents unable to name single achievement of Georgian authorities
In response to a survey posed to 1,500 Georgians in late May and June, 35% of those questioned listed “nothing” as the main achievement of the current government.
The International Republican Institute polled from May 20 to June 11. 15% of respondents said that improved healthcare was one of the current government’s biggest achievements, while 4% said visa-free travel with the EU. 1% said that the current Georgian authorities have done much to support free speech.
Another three per cent said they grateful for the development of infrastructure, while higher quality roads, education, democracy and stability all received two percent.
Only one per cent of those surveyed listed human rights protection, the increase in pensions, reduction of loans and ‘other’ issues as the achievements of the current government.