CRRC Georgia (the Caucasus Research Resources Centre) is a non-governmental, non-profit research organisation, which collects, analyses and publishes policy relevant data on social, economic and political trends in Georgia.
The COVID-19 outbreak generated speculation about whether support for democracy would decline during the crisis.
Polls suggest support for democracy is on the decline in Georgia, but does support for democracy correlate to support for liberal values?
The Georgian Orthodox Church has been hit by numerous scandals in recent years, but have those scandals affected public trust?
According to a recent survey carried out by CRRC, less than half of Georgians show an interest in taking an anti-coronavirus vaccine if it becomes available.
Teachers can be encouraged to report suspected domestic violence, but first the authorities must begin to effectively respond to reports.
Despite data suggesting thousands of native Mingrelian and Svan speakers, fears of nationalism are holding back efforts to save the languages.
As health officials express concern about the public response to COVID-19, CRRC Georgia analyses trust in the healthcare system prior to the crisis.
Research by CRRC Georgia suggests that a large number of Georgia’s Orthodox Christians intend to celebrate at Church.
With Georgia in an election year and traditional face-to-face campaigning out of the question, the importance of Facebook is only likely to grow.
Particulate matter in Tbilisi’s air has fallen by as much as 45% following the introduction of measures to combat the spread of COVID-19.