Georgia, Tbilisi, July 26 /Trend, N.Kirtskhalia/
The survey conducted in Georgia by the
National Democratic Institute (NDI) showed that 46 percent of the population believe that there is no democracy in the country.
Only 33 percent of respondents gave affirmative answer to the question "Is there democracy in Georgia, the NDI director in Georgia
Luis Navarro said, presenting the results of the survey. 42 percent believes that Georgia is developing in the right direction, while 11 percent says that the country is developing mostly in the wrong direction. 15 percent of respondents believe that nothing changes Georgia.
48 percent of the respondents generally agree with the opinion that the government makes important changes for them. 19 percent disagree with this opinion.
Studies were conducted during June 24 - July 5. It was attended by 2,035 respondents across the country, including more than 900 in Tbilisi.