Gallup poll on Georgian attitudes

Gallup just released some fresh analysis from its polling in Georgia that shows that, as of April/May 2007, the overwhelming majority of Georgians were seeing their relations with Russia worsening as their relations with Ukraine and the United States were improving: I’ll be surprised if, when the dust settles down from this week’s fighting, Georgians ...

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Gallup just released some fresh analysis from its polling in Georgia that shows that, as of April/May 2007, the overwhelming majority of Georgians were seeing their relations with Russia worsening as their relations with Ukraine and the United States were improving:

Gallup just released some fresh analysis from its polling in Georgia that shows that, as of April/May 2007, the overwhelming majority of Georgians were seeing their relations with Russia worsening as their relations with Ukraine and the United States were improving:

I’ll be surprised if, when the dust settles down from this week’s fighting, Georgians still see the United States in such a friendly light. It must be a deeply embittering experience for them to learn that the 82nd Airborne is not parachuting to the rescue.

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