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Georgia: Opinion Polls

With the presidential election in Georgia two weeks away, Social Science in the Caucasus, looks at the reliability of opinion polls in the country. The blog says that opinion polls from every side are confusing the electorate and there is an urgent need for transparency.

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  • Hm-m! The opinion polls are confusing the electorate… Why? Does the electorate really care about an opinion poll? Is the electorate so insecure that they are wavering on “opinion polls from ever side”? I’d say this is pure rubbish folks. Anyone blessed enough to be in the electorate can certainly figure out the candidate that they want to vote for at some point. If not, the poor confused electorate can take a valium per person and skip the election as well as the crazed children in the media. This is so “non-news” and to be transparent, pathetic news that matters not a whit!

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