Most Georgians do not discuss politics over the phone
By Messenger Staff
Monday, March 17
Transparency International Georgia has conducted research to reveal the opinion of the population about the wish to discuss politics via phone conversations.
Most of the respondents of the polling stated that they would not reveal their thoughts to their friends over the phone. Besides, most of the respondents mentioned that they would not reveal their critical opinion about political issues while speaking over the phone.
Opinion differ about whether or not telephones are bugged. Some believe that state officials are bugged, and others believe that journalist and criminals are bugged. Only 9% believe that there