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Datablog | Why do Georgians not want to vaccinate?

With two kinds of vaccines against COVID-19 already available in Georgia, the public’s attitude towards vaccination is becoming more and more important. 

Datablog | Why do Georgians not want to vaccinate?

By The Caucasus Datablog

With two kinds of vaccines against COVID-19 already available in Georgia, the public’s attitude towards vaccination is becoming more and more important. 

6/04/2021

Datablog | Drug prices as big a concern as COVID-19 for Georgians

Just under half of Georgians consider COVID-19 among the main challenges facing the healthcare system.

Datablog | Drug prices as big a concern as COVID-19 for Georgians

By Avto Dolidze

Just under half of Georgians consider COVID-19 among the main challenges facing the healthcare system.

30/03/2021

Datablog | Georgia among worst in the world for vaccine hesitancy

As Georgian authorities struggle to convince people to get vaccinated for COVID-19, data suggests that the problem could run along party lines.

Datablog | Georgia among worst in the world for vaccine hesitancy

By David Sichinava

As Georgian authorities struggle to convince people to get vaccinated for COVID-19, data suggests that the problem could run along party lines.

24/03/2021

Analysis | What to expect in Armenia’s first post-war election?

Armenia’s elections may offer a way out of the present crisis, but they are also a test for Pashinyan — one that he may very well fail. 

Analysis | What to expect in Armenia’s first post-war election?

By Tatul Hakobyan

Armenia’s elections may offer a way out of the present crisis, but they are also a test for Pashinyan — one that he may very well fail. 

Datablog | How do Georgians assess the parties involved in the Nagorno-Karabakh war?

How did Georgians view the roles of the belligerents, outside actors, and indeed their own country?

Datablog | How do Georgians assess the parties involved in the Nagorno-Karabakh war?

By Nino Zubashvili

How did Georgians view the roles of the belligerents, outside actors, and indeed their own country?

16/03/2021

War in Nagorno-Karabakh went unnoticed for a quarter of Georgians

Despite there being a brutal war near its borders, many in Georgia were unaware of the conflict.

War in Nagorno-Karabakh went unnoticed for a quarter of Georgians

By The Caucasus Datablog

Despite there being a brutal war near its borders, many in Georgia were unaware of the conflict.

9/03/2021

Datablog | What predicts job satisfaction in Georgia?

Unemployment remains one of the most frequently cited concerns among Georgians, but how satisfied with their jobs are those who are employed?

Datablog | What predicts job satisfaction in Georgia?

By The Caucasus Datablog

Unemployment remains one of the most frequently cited concerns among Georgians, but how satisfied with their jobs are those who are employed?

2/03/2021

Datablog | UNM supporters are especially pessimistic about their economic future

With the pandemic still raging, Georgians are unsurprisingly pessimistic about their economic future. 

Datablog | UNM supporters are especially pessimistic about their economic future

By Tsisana Khundadze

With the pandemic still raging, Georgians are unsurprisingly pessimistic about their economic future. 

24/02/2021

Datablog | Who thinks Georgia handled the pandemic successfully?

Polling suggests few differences between demographic groups, but a stark political divide.

Datablog | Who thinks Georgia handled the pandemic successfully?

By The Caucasus Datablog

Polling suggests few differences between demographic groups, but a stark political divide.

16/02/2021

Datablog | More people feel healthy during the pandemic

While the pandemic has clearly harmed people’s health, data suggests that people considered themselves more healthy in 2020.

Datablog | More people feel healthy during the pandemic

By The Caucasus Datablog

While the pandemic has clearly harmed people’s health, data suggests that people considered themselves more healthy in 2020.

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