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Opposition takes all seats from Tbilisi

by | Oct 1, 2012

TBILISI, DFWatch – According to Maestro TV’s exit poll, the opposition Georgian Dream coalition is set to win also in districts with the majoritarian (first-past-the-post) system in the capital:

Mtatsimnda, Tbilisi – National movement candidate has 23 percent; Georgian Dream candidate – 76 percent;

Vake, Tbilisi – National Movement candidate 15 percent, Georgian Dream – 81 percent;

Saburtalo, Tbilisi – Georgian Dream candidate has 73 percent, National Movement has 18 percent;

Krtsanisi, Tbilisi – National Movement – 27 percent, Georgian Dream – 68 percent;

Isani, Tbilisi – National Movement 31 percent, Georgian Dream candidate – 65 percent;

Samgori, Tbilisi – National Movement 18 percent, Georgian Dream – 78 percent;

Chughureti, Tbilisi – National movement – 17 percent, Georgian Dream 80 percent;

Nadzaladevi, Tbilisi – National Movement – 15 percent, Georgian Dream – 83 percent;

Gldani, Tbilisi – National movement – 19 percent, Georgian Dream – 77 percent.

Tbilisi – 77 percent to Georgian Dream, 20 percent to the National Movement;

In addition, the organization predicts the following results in regions outside the capital:

Kakheti – 60 percent to Georgian Dream, National Movement gets 36 percent;

Guria – 75 Georgian Dream, 22 percent – National Movement

Adjara – 68 Georgian Dream, 28 percent to the National Movement

Imereti – 68 Georgian Dream, 28 National Movement

Racha – 51 Georgian Dream, 45 National Movement

Kvemo Kartli – 61 Georgian Dream, 38 National Movement

Mtskheta – 69 Georgian Dream, 27 National Movement

shida kartli – 65 Georgian Dream, 28 National Movement

Samtskhe – 41 Georgian Dream, 55 National Movement

Samegrelo – 51 Georgian Dream, 44 National Movement

These are results of poll conducted by organization Penn Schoen Berlan.

Georgia’s Central Election commission will probably publish the first preliminary results by 03:00 am. According to data from 20:00, when voting precincts closed, 61 percent of the voters cast their vote.



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