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The Caucasus Datablog

The Datablog analyses issues and trends in the region using data and public polling. It is a collaboration between OC Media and CRRC Georgia.

Datablog | Georgians are feeling the effects of climate change

A CRRC survey found that 90% of respondents are concerned about climate change, with 75% reporting they had experienced its effects. 

Datablog | Young, in the city, and online: most Georgians use more than one social media platform

A survey found most Georgian respondents use more than one social media platform, with younger people and people living in cities using a greater variety of platforms. 

Datablog | Does Georgia’s public want gender-balanced politics?

CRRC Georgia surveyed the Georgian public on attitudes towards gender equality in politics and obstacles faced by women in politics in Georgia. 

Datablog | Trust and political independence in Georgia’s interior ministry

A CRRC survey found that trust in Georgia’s Interior Ministry and the police is closely tied to perception of the ministry’s political independence, or lack thereof. 

Datablog | Obstacles to accessing Georgia’s courts

A CRRC Georgia survey investigated who considers and who pursues litigation in Georgia, and the obstacles people face in doing so. 

Datablog | Georgians more aware of EU membership status than ever before

A CRRC study found that more Georgians are aware than ever before that the country is not yet a member of the EU.

Datablog | Only a third of Georgians believe the country will obtain EU candidate status

A CRRC Georgia survey found that only a third of Georgian-speaking adults expected that Georgia would receive EU candidate status by the end of the year. 

Datablog | Almost half of young Georgians are on TikTok

Almost half of young Georgians are on TikTok, with men and members of ethnic minority groups more likely to use the app.

Datablog | Attitudes towards disinformation on social media in Armenia and Georgia 

Armenian and Georgian internet users have different perspectives on the effect of social media disinformation and its effect on their respective countries, according to a CRRC analysis.

Datablog | Georgia’s changing priorities at the UN General Assembly

A CRRC analysis found that Georgian Dream’s leaders have mentioned Russia less and spoken more positively than the previous government.