A public opinion poll commissioned by the opposition-minded TV channel Mtavari Arkhi says the ruling Georgian Dream party would receive 23% of votes if parliamentary elections were held next week.
The opposition United National Movement-led Strength in Unity election bloc would follow with 18% of votes, the poll shows.
The poll conducted by the Ipsos company is based on 2,000 countrywide interviews conducted between October 17-27 and has +/-2.2 margin of errors.
Based on the results:
However, Mtavari Arkhi TV noted as well that 41% of the interviewed individuals either refused to answer or did not know whom they would vote for yet.
Earlier today pro-governmental Imedi TV also published the results of their public opinion poll giving a 56% lead to the ruling party.
These have been the last polls until October 31 as the Georgian Election Code prohibits to publish election-related public opinion poll results within 48 hours before elections until 8pm on election day when polling stations are officially closed.