Most of the respondents surveyed by the NDI assess the performance of the Parliament negatively. 32% of the respondents think that the Parliament is doing bad, and 10% think it is very bad. 39% of respondents think that the legislative body is average. Only 8% think that Parliament is doing well.
26% of the respondents rate the court as bad, 11% say it’s very bad, 34% say it is average and only 10% rate it as good.
21% of respondents consider the activities of the Prosecutor's Office to be negative, 6% think that the prosecutor's office is working very poorly, 34% think that the activity of the agency is average, and 11% - favorably.
43% of respondents rate the work of the Georgian Orthodox Church positively, 21% very well, 20% think it’s average and 4% rate it as poor.
49% of the population rates the activities of the Public Service Hall well, and 80% rates it as very well; 25% think it’s average and 7% - bad.
8% of Georgians describe the activity of the army very well, 45% think it is good, 28% think it is average, and only 6% think it is bad.
37% of the respondents rate the Georgian Police positively, 5% - very well, 37% - on average, and 12% - bad.
37% of respondents consider the activities of the Public Defender's Office to be average, 22% think it’s good and 11% rate it poor.
The fieldwork was conducted during the period of July 13-29, 2011 across Georgia (excluding occupied territories), through direct interviews with 2,131 interviewees. Inaccuracy is 1.7 percent.
NDI research is funded by the UK Government's UK aid. The survey is conducted by CRRC-Georgia.