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Datablog | Nudging Georgians to self-test for HIV

Offering people a reward for testing for HIV and making tests more accessible can encourage young people to self-test.

Datablog | Nudging Georgians to self-test for HIV

By Dustin Gilbreath

Offering people a reward for testing for HIV and making tests more accessible can encourage young people to self-test.

1/11/2022

Datablog | Georgians increasingly feel mistreated by the government

Up to 60% of the Georgian public felt that the government treated people like them unfairly in 2021.

Datablog | Georgians increasingly feel mistreated by the government

By Eto Gagunashvili

Up to 60% of the Georgian public felt that the government treated people like them unfairly in 2021.

25/10/2022

Datablog | Georgians increasingly agree that minority groups face challenges in Georgia

CRRC surveys on discrimination found that there is also more consensus on what challenges they face.

Datablog | Georgians increasingly agree that minority groups face challenges in Georgia

By Sasha Slobodov

CRRC surveys on discrimination found that there is also more consensus on what challenges they face.

18/10/2022

Datablog | Inflation and a Georgian’s choice of fuel

Data suggests that Georgians are reevaluating their preferences for fuel in light of high inflation driven by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine.

Datablog | Inflation and a Georgian’s choice of fuel

By Makhare Atchaidze

Data suggests that Georgians are reevaluating their preferences for fuel in light of high inflation driven by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine.

12/10/2022

Datablog | How Armenians and Georgians feel about the dissolution of the Soviet Union

Most Armenians feel that the collapse of the USSR was bad for their country, while Georgians are more likely to feel it was a good thing.

Datablog | How Armenians and Georgians feel about the dissolution of the Soviet Union

By Giorgi Babunashvili

Most Armenians feel that the collapse of the USSR was bad for their country, while Georgians are more likely to feel it was a good thing.

4/10/2022

Datablog | Georgian politics leave many feeling alienated

Data suggests that 51% of the public believes they don’t have a say in what the government does.

Datablog | Georgian politics leave many feeling alienated

By Givi Silagadze

Data suggests that 51% of the public believes they don’t have a say in what the government does.

27/09/2022

Datablog | Do politicians serve Georgia’s public interests?

Recent data suggests that roughly half of the Georgian public believes that neither the opposition nor the ruling party serves their interests.

Datablog | Do politicians serve Georgia’s public interests?

By Dustin Gilbreath

Recent data suggests that roughly half of the Georgian public believes that neither the opposition nor the ruling party serves their interests.

20/09/2022

Datablog | Most Georgians believe that Georgia is not a democracy

The share of Georgians who believe that their country is a democracy is at its lowest in a decade.

Datablog | Most Georgians believe that Georgia is not a democracy

By The Caucasus Datablog

The share of Georgians who believe that their country is a democracy is at its lowest in a decade.

13/09/2022

Datablog | Do Georgians trust TV?

In an increasingly polarised media environment, Georgians have mixed feelings about how much TV and TV journalists can be trusted. 

Datablog | Do Georgians trust TV?

By Kristine Vacharadze

In an increasingly polarised media environment, Georgians have mixed feelings about how much TV and TV journalists can be trusted. 

6/09/2022

Datablog | Who’s to blame for Georgia’s EU candidacy debacle?

Recent data suggests that most Georgians are uncertain who to blame for the country’s failed European Union membership bid.

Datablog | Who’s to blame for Georgia’s EU candidacy debacle?

By David Sichinava

Recent data suggests that most Georgians are uncertain who to blame for the country’s failed European Union membership bid.

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