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Public confidence to Church, Army a nd Police unrivalled in Georgia – survey

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  • Bill Samsonoff
    http://en.trend.az/regions/scaucasus/georgia/2129645.html Public confidence to Church, Army and Police unrivalled in Georgia – survey 16 March 2013 Orthodox
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      Public confidence to Church, Army and Police unrivalled in Georgia – survey

      16 March 2013

      Orthodox Church preserves its leadership in the rating of confidence to
      social institutions. According to the social research of the
      International Republican Institute (IRI), 95 percent of the respondents
      trust the Church.

      The next are the Army with 91 percent and the Police with 89 percent.

      Confidence rating in relation to other social institutions is as
      follows: Georgian media - 84 percent, the parliament - 82 percent (12
      percent don't trust at all), the government - 81 percent (12 per cent),
      attorney- 75 percent (12 percent), education system - 63 percent (25
      percent), court - 62 percent (20 percent), the National Bank - 54
      percent (21 percent), the Ombudsman - 49 percent (13 percent), political
      parties - 43 percent (41 percent), the Central Election Commission - 42
      percent (23 percent), local authorities - 42 per cent (36 percent), the
      President' administration - 39 percent (49 percent).

      The last position belongs to trade relations sphere with confidence of
      21 percent of the respondents (no confidence - 31 percent).

      The sociological survey commissioned by IRI was held in Georgia from
      February 18 to February 27, 2013. 1,500 respondents over the age of 18
      were interviewed. Margin of error constitutes 2.5 percent. The survey
      was funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
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