The majority of Georgia's citizens (around 23%) believes that NATO provides the security of the country to a greater extent, shows the public opinion poll conducted in Georgia by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) showed, Georgia On-line reported.
The responses to this question were redistributed as follows: NATO - 23%, the EU - 13%, Russia - 13%, the US - 10%, the Eurasian Union - 1%, Azerbaijan - 1%, Armenia - 1%, couldn't answer 32%.
Asked which country is the greatest threat for Georgia, 47% of respondents named Russia. Answers were redistributed as follows: Russia - 47%, ISIL - 8%, the US - 7%, Turkey - 5%, NATO - 2%, Armenia - 1%, the EU - 1%, the Eurasian Union - 1%, I don't know - 27%, and 1% refused to answer.
The opinion poll involved 3,900 people via method of direct interview across Georgia.
NDI researches are financed by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and are carried out by CRRC-Georgia.
Source: News AM