Tbilisi, April 1, 2015
Results of the new survey research carried out by the International Republican Institute (IRI) in Georgia have been published.
According to the survey, 91% of the respondents support the activity of the Georgian Orthodox Church.
Church activity is not supported by 3% of the respondents, while 6% of them had no settled opinion on the matter. It should also be noted that according to results of the opinion poll conducted last year, 94% of the respondents were pleased with the Church activity, 1% of them did not trust it and 5% had no settled opinion, reports Georgia Online.
According to the latest research, along with the Georgian Orthodox Church residents of Georgia trust the army (87%) and the media (82%) the most.
The survey was carried out on February 3-28, 2015, all over Georgia, with a random sample. 1,500 people above the age of 18 were polled in all. The margin of error does not exceed 2.5%.