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Datablog | Young people in Georgia want the government to focus on education

Recently released data shows that young people in Georgia want more than they receive.

Datablog | Young people in Georgia want the government to focus on education

By Tamar Khoshtaria

Recently released data shows that young people in Georgia want more than they receive.

28/06/2022

Datablog | Knowing a queer person increases tolerance

Data from a recent survey in Georgia suggests that people who know a non-heterosexual person are significantly more tolerant. 

Datablog | Knowing a queer person increases tolerance

By Dustin Gilbreath

Data from a recent survey in Georgia suggests that people who know a non-heterosexual person are significantly more tolerant. 

22/06/2022

Datablog | Despite the war, Georgians differentiate Russia and Russians 

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a large-scale migration of Russians to Georgia led to a debate in Georgian society. 

Datablog | Despite the war, Georgians differentiate Russia and Russians 

By Nino Mzhavanadze

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a large-scale migration of Russians to Georgia led to a debate in Georgian society. 

14/06/2022

Datablog | The optimism of pro-EU Georgians

Georgians who support the country joining the European Union are more optimistic about the country’s future, a recent survey shows.

Datablog | The optimism of pro-EU Georgians

By Julia-Maria Xavier

Georgians who support the country joining the European Union are more optimistic about the country’s future, a recent survey shows.

8/06/2022

Datablog | Youth in Georgia have little trust in unions

Most do not actively distrust unions, but rather are ‘uncertain’ about their level of trust.

Datablog | Youth in Georgia have little trust in unions

By Nino Zubashvili

Most do not actively distrust unions, but rather are ‘uncertain’ about their level of trust.

1/06/2022

Datablog | Georgians are split on election quality

Polling from CRRC Georgia suggests a deep partisan divide in Georgia when it comes to views on the quality of elections in the country.

Datablog | Georgians are split on election quality

By Milord Shengelia

Polling from CRRC Georgia suggests a deep partisan divide in Georgia when it comes to views on the quality of elections in the country.

24/05/2022

Datablog | How does Georgia’s democracy compare with countries granted EU candidacy?

The Georgian Government officially applied for EU membership on 3 March 2022, after previously not planning to do so until 2024.

Datablog | How does Georgia’s democracy compare with countries granted EU candidacy?

By Givi Silagadze

The Georgian Government officially applied for EU membership on 3 March 2022, after previously not planning to do so until 2024.

17/05/2022

Datablog | Both religion and the county’s Soviet past contribute to Homophobia in Georgia

Religiosity appears to encourage homophobia — but so too does a communist past.

Datablog | Both religion and the county’s Soviet past contribute to Homophobia in Georgia

By Giorgi Babunashvili

Religiosity appears to encourage homophobia — but so too does a communist past.

10/05/2022

Datablog | Georgian public opinion on the SSG files

Fifty-nine percent of the Georgian public isn’t aware of the State Security Service leaks of 2021.

Datablog | Georgian public opinion on the SSG files

By David Sichinava

Fifty-nine percent of the Georgian public isn’t aware of the State Security Service leaks of 2021.

3/05/2022

Datablog | Georgia’s partisan division in support for Ukraine

Supporters of Georgian Dream are less supportive of Georgia joining sanctions or the government being more vocal in supporting the government of Ukraine. 

Datablog | Georgia’s partisan division in support for Ukraine

By Givi Silagadze

Supporters of Georgian Dream are less supportive of Georgia joining sanctions or the government being more vocal in supporting the government of Ukraine. 

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