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Datablog | Georgia’s COVID-19 cases exploded due to the 2020 parliamentary elections

New analysis suggests that the 2020 parliamentary elections led to a massive rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths in Georgia. 

Datablog | Georgia’s COVID-19 cases exploded due to the 2020 parliamentary elections

By Givi Silagadze

New analysis suggests that the 2020 parliamentary elections led to a massive rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths in Georgia. 

14/09/2021

Datablog | Support for gender equality in parliament is rising in Georgia

Despite the introduction of gender quotas, Georgia’s parliament remains an unequal place.

Datablog | Support for gender equality in parliament is rising in Georgia

By Eto Gagunashvili

Despite the introduction of gender quotas, Georgia’s parliament remains an unequal place.

7/09/2021

Datablog | With local elections coming, what matters to the public?

New survey data shows that 51% of voters identify most closely with no party in particular. 

Datablog | With local elections coming, what matters to the public?

By Dustin Gilbreath

New survey data shows that 51% of voters identify most closely with no party in particular. 

2/09/2021

Analysis | Brokered by Charles Michel, broken by Georgian Dream

The rise of illiberalism in Georgia is turning heads in Brussels and yet still, the country is pushing ambitious foreign policy goals with the EU. 

Analysis | Brokered by Charles Michel, broken by Georgian Dream

By Dato Parulava

The rise of illiberalism in Georgia is turning heads in Brussels and yet still, the country is pushing ambitious foreign policy goals with the EU. 

31/08/2021

Datablog | Georgia has a vaccine inequality problem

While COVID-19 vaccination is gaining pace in Georgia, data shows that access differs between different groups.

Datablog | Georgia has a vaccine inequality problem

By David Sichinava

While COVID-19 vaccination is gaining pace in Georgia, data shows that access differs between different groups.

24/08/2021

Datablog | Georgian views on increased diversity in parliament

Most Georgians agree that more women in parliament would be a good thing though far fewer think the same of more ethnic minorities.

Datablog | Georgian views on increased diversity in parliament

By Dustin Gilbreath

Most Georgians agree that more women in parliament would be a good thing though far fewer think the same of more ethnic minorities.

17/08/2021

Datablog | A different kind of social distance 

Georgians feel as alienated from those living in Abkhazia and South Ossetia as they do with ethnic minorities living in Georgia. 

Datablog | A different kind of social distance 

By Nino Zubashvili

Georgians feel as alienated from those living in Abkhazia and South Ossetia as they do with ethnic minorities living in Georgia. 

10/08/2021

Datablog | Data suggests Georgia has handled the pandemic poorly

Despite initial praise as a model case of handling the pandemic, Georgia is now seeing record numbers of COVID-19 cases and related deaths

Datablog | Data suggests Georgia has handled the pandemic poorly

By Givi Silagadze

Despite initial praise as a model case of handling the pandemic, Georgia is now seeing record numbers of COVID-19 cases and related deaths

3/08/2021

Datablog | How Megi Bakradze’s death affected vaccine hesitancy in Georgia

When Georgian nurse Megi Bakradze died following an allergic reaction to the AstraZeneca vaccine, there were fears that vaccine hesitancy could grow. 

Datablog | How Megi Bakradze’s death affected vaccine hesitancy in Georgia

By Dustin Gilbreath

When Georgian nurse Megi Bakradze died following an allergic reaction to the AstraZeneca vaccine, there were fears that vaccine hesitancy could grow. 

27/07/2021

Datablog | Georgia may be the most homophobic country in Europe

Survey data suggests that Georgia may be the most homophobic country in Europe.

Datablog | Georgia may be the most homophobic country in Europe

By Giorgi Babunashvili

Survey data suggests that Georgia may be the most homophobic country in Europe.

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