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What can the Caucasus expect in 2022?

The OC Media team gives their predictions for what lies in store for the Caucasus in 2022.

What can the Caucasus expect in 2022?

By OC Media

The OC Media team gives their predictions for what lies in store for the Caucasus in 2022.

21/12/2021

Datablog | The Gakharia effect

How did the resignation of Giorgi Gakharia as prime minister affect Georgians’ political views?

Datablog | The Gakharia effect

By Givi Silagadze

How did the resignation of Giorgi Gakharia as prime minister affect Georgians’ political views?

14/12/2021

Datablog | Do Georgians differentiate between the Russian people and Russian state? 

Given the hostile relations between Russia and Georgia over the last 30 years, Georgian public opinion could be expected to be less than positive. 

Datablog | Do Georgians differentiate between the Russian people and Russian state? 

By Nino Mzhavanadze

Given the hostile relations between Russia and Georgia over the last 30 years, Georgian public opinion could be expected to be less than positive. 

7/12/2021

Datablog | Georgians are still conservative, but attitudes are slowly changing

Newly released data suggests that the public’s attitudes are changing about women having pre-marital sex and children out of wedlock.

Datablog | Georgians are still conservative, but attitudes are slowly changing

By Kristine Vacharadze

Newly released data suggests that the public’s attitudes are changing about women having pre-marital sex and children out of wedlock.

30/11/2021

Datablog | Is it ok to cancel debts ahead of elections?

In the run up to several recent elections, the government, or those close to it, have announced amnesties on people’s debts or fines. 

Datablog | Is it ok to cancel debts ahead of elections?

By Makhare Atchaidze

In the run up to several recent elections, the government, or those close to it, have announced amnesties on people’s debts or fines. 

24/11/2021

Datablog | Georgians increasingly optimistic about joining the EU

Despite worsening relations between the EU and Georgia, new survey data suggests Georgians are increasingly optimistic about joining the bloc.

Datablog | Georgians increasingly optimistic about joining the EU

By Lucas Fagliano

Despite worsening relations between the EU and Georgia, new survey data suggests Georgians are increasingly optimistic about joining the bloc.

16/11/2021

Datablog | Do people think voter secrecy is respected in Georgia

Election observers often note violations of the secrecy of the ballot in Georgia, and the 2021 local elections were no exception. 

Datablog | Do people think voter secrecy is respected in Georgia

By Tsisana Khundadze

Election observers often note violations of the secrecy of the ballot in Georgia, and the 2021 local elections were no exception. 

9/11/2021

Datablog | What issues do Georgians think about when voting?

While Georgian voters tend to look to personalities over policies, policies also matter to a large number of people. 

Datablog | What issues do Georgians think about when voting?

By Makhare Atchaidze

While Georgian voters tend to look to personalities over policies, policies also matter to a large number of people. 

2/11/2021

Datablog | Party activists near polling stations not acceptable for the majority in Georgia

Party activists and coordinators outside polling stations collecting information on voters has become a point of contention in recent years.

Datablog | Party activists near polling stations not acceptable for the majority in Georgia

By Elene Ergeshidze

Party activists and coordinators outside polling stations collecting information on voters has become a point of contention in recent years.

26/10/2021

Datablog | Leaders or promises: What the Georgian public cares about when voting

Do Georgians vote based on who leads a political party or the policies they advocate?

Datablog | Leaders or promises: What the Georgian public cares about when voting

By Tsisana Khundadze

Do Georgians vote based on who leads a political party or the policies they advocate?

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