News Portal OnlineNews.ge
conducted a month long internet survey among its users. Up to 10500 unique participants answered the following question: “Which Ministry has the most informative web site “?
The results of the poll revealed the winners. According to the poll, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia has the most informative web site (www.police.ge
), with 24 % of the votes.
The web site of Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia (www.mes.gov.ge
) won the second place with 23% of the votes; the web site of Ministry of Justice of Georgia (www.justice.gov.ge
) received the third place- with 22%of the votes.
Representatives of these ministries were awarded with the symbols specially created for this event by Onlinenews.ge.
Head of Analytical Department of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia Shota Utiashvili, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Giorgi Chakhnashvili and Head of Administration of Ministry of Justice of Georgia Andro Gigauri attended the event held at Courtyard Marriott.
Onlinenews.ge will regularly offer its users the surveys on current events. The next poll will begin on March 16 and will question its users about mobile operators’ portability.
Internet Survey of News Portal OnlineNews.ge
Question: Which Ministry has the most informative web site?
Amount of participants: 10500 unique participants
Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia- www.police.ge
Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia (www.mes.gov.ge
Ministry of Justice of Georgia (www.justice.gov.ge
Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia (www.mrdi.gov.ge
Ministry of Finance of Georgia (www.mof.ge
Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs of Georgia (www.msy.gov.ge
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.mfa.gov.ge
Ministry of Defense of Georgia (www.mod.gov.ge
Ministry of Penitentiary, Probation and Legal Assistance of Georgia (www.mcla.gov.ge
The other 9 ministries received 10-20 votes, near 0%.