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.

Analysis | Who trusts the healthcare system in Georgia?

As health officials express concern about the public response to COVID-19, CRRC Georgia analyses trust in the healthcare system prior to the crisis.

Analysis | Study suggests large numbers in Georgia to celebrate Easter in church

Research by CRRC Georgia suggests that a large number of Georgia’s Orthodox Christians intend to celebrate at Church.

Analysis | As COVID-19 sends political campaigning to Facebook, will polarisation increase?

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.

Analysis | Air pollution in Tbilisi nearly halved by COVID-19 measures

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.

Analysis | Trust in institutions continues its steady decline in Georgia

CRRC Georgia examines the declining levels of public trust in Georgia’s institutions.

Analysis | What kind of electoral system do Georgians actually want?

After the Georgian Government reached an agreement with the opposition, CRRC Georgia examines what kind of electoral system Georgians actually want.

Analysis | How widespread is homophobia in Georgia?

CRRC Georgia examines how widespread homophobic attitudes are in Georgia, and who is most likely to hold them.

Analysis | Despite opinion shift a third of Georgians still prefer sons to daughters

CRRC-Georgia examines how attitudes towards having sons and daughters have changed over the last decade.

Analysis | The economic and educational consequences of child marriage in Georgia

Interventions in the education system could help alleviate the economic costs of child marriage, if not the social, psychological, physical ones.

Analysis | Who thinks the EU is a threat to Georgian culture?

Survey data suggests a growing number of people in Georgia see the EU as a threat to Georgian culture. 

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