EUNEIGHBOURS east: Most Georgians believe that the country has good relations with the EU
According to the latest survey, the majority of Georgians believe that the country has good relations with the European Union. This is written by a website created within the framework of the regional communication program "EU NEIGHBORS east", funded by the European Union.
According to EUNEIGHBOURS East, according to the annual public opinion poll of 2023, the vast majority (84%) The population of Georgia believes that the country has good relations with the European Union.
"This indicator has increased by nine points compared to 2016, when the survey was conducted for the first time. In addition, there is a sharp increase in awareness of EU financial support. In particular, this year this figure is 82% — compared to 60% in 2016.
The European Union remains the most reliable international institution for Georgians. In particular, 78% of respondents trust him (this indicator has increased by 12% since 2016).
The majority of the Georgian population (54%) has a positive attitude towards the European Union.
82% of respondents are informed about the EU's financial support, 46% welcome additional support in the areas of economic development and trade," the website says.
Information about the study is distributed by the EU Delegation in Georgia.