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Datablog | Who smokes in Georgia?

Over 11,000 people die in Georgia from smoking annually, with men, people in Tbilisi, and poorer individuals most likely to be smokers.

Datablog | Who smokes in Georgia?

By Dustin Gilbreath

Over 11,000 people die in Georgia from smoking annually, with men, people in Tbilisi, and poorer individuals most likely to be smokers.

8/06/2021

Datablog | Who doesn’t watch TV in Georgia?

Recent data from CRRC Georgia’s 2020 Caucasus Barometer survey suggests that many people have stopped watching TV.

Datablog | Who doesn’t watch TV in Georgia?

By Dustin Gilbreath

Recent data from CRRC Georgia’s 2020 Caucasus Barometer survey suggests that many people have stopped watching TV.

1/06/2021

Datablog | Does religion make Georgians happy?

While research internationally suggests a link between religion and people’s happiness, does the same stand true for Georgia?

Datablog | Does religion make Georgians happy?

By Davit Lursmanashvili

While research internationally suggests a link between religion and people’s happiness, does the same stand true for Georgia?

31/05/2021

Oligarchs and ex-presidents — who’s in and who’s out in Armenia’s electoral lists?

Polls suggest a two-way race between Pashinyan and Kocharyan, but beyond the party leaders, who is running in each party’s list?

Oligarchs and ex-presidents — who’s in and who’s out in Armenia’s electoral lists?

By Ani Avetisyan

Polls suggest a two-way race between Pashinyan and Kocharyan, but beyond the party leaders, who is running in each party’s list?

25/05/2021

Datablog | Past wars have taught Georgians both to fear and be tolerant of minorities 

Public polling shows how Georgia’s ethnic conflicts have shaped attitudes towards ethnic and linguistic minorities in the country.

Datablog | Past wars have taught Georgians both to fear and be tolerant of minorities 

By Nino Zubashvili

Public polling shows how Georgia’s ethnic conflicts have shaped attitudes towards ethnic and linguistic minorities in the country.

11/05/2021

Datablog | What’s a last name from Tbilisi?

While regional identities and stereotypes are a prominent part of Georgian culture, what share of people identify with each regional heritage?

Datablog | What’s a last name from Tbilisi?

By Dustin Gilbreath

While regional identities and stereotypes are a prominent part of Georgian culture, what share of people identify with each regional heritage?

4/05/2021

Datablog | How different are people who trust different TV channels in Georgia?

Does the media in Georgia merely reflect the prevailing political polarisation or cause it?

Datablog | How different are people who trust different TV channels in Georgia?

By Givi Silagadze

Does the media in Georgia merely reflect the prevailing political polarisation or cause it?

27/04/2021

Datablog | What were the greatest successes of Shevardnadze, the UNM, and Georgian Dream?

Each government of Georgia has had a wide range of successes; but how do the public see these successes from Shevardnadze’s time to the present?

Datablog | What were the greatest successes of Shevardnadze, the UNM, and Georgian Dream?

By Dustin Gilbreath

Each government of Georgia has had a wide range of successes; but how do the public see these successes from Shevardnadze’s time to the present?

Datablog | The greatest failures from Shevardnadze to Georgian Dream

While each Georgian government has had a range of successes, as described in another post published today, they have each had their own spectacular failures. 

Datablog | The greatest failures from Shevardnadze to Georgian Dream

By Dustin Gilbreath

While each Georgian government has had a range of successes, as described in another post published today, they have each had their own spectacular failures. 

20/04/2021

Datablog | The evolution of feelings towards the pandemic

It’s been over a year since the first coronavirus case was recorded in Georgia, and attitudes towards the pandemic have continued to change.

Datablog | The evolution of feelings towards the pandemic

By Mariam Mamatsashvili

It’s been over a year since the first coronavirus case was recorded in Georgia, and attitudes towards the pandemic have continued to change.

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