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Analysis | Trust in Georgia’s education system erodes with exposure to it

CRRC-Georgia examines how the more time a person has spent in formal education in Georgia, the less they trust it.

Analysis | Trust in Georgia’s education system erodes with exposure to it

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines how the more time a person has spent in formal education in Georgia, the less they trust it.

30/04/2018

Analysis | Dissatisfaction with government and support for protests increased during Sargsyan’s rule

CRRC examines how data showed increasing levels of dissatisfaction with the government and increased support for protests in the run-up to Armenia’s ‘Velvet Revolution’.

Analysis | Dissatisfaction with government and support for protests increased during Sargsyan’s rule

By CRRC

CRRC examines how data showed increasing levels of dissatisfaction with the government and increased support for protests in the run-up to Armenia’s ‘Velvet Revolution’.

23/04/2018

Analysis | Ten years after a deadly crackdown in Armenia, will history repeat itself?

On 1 March 2008, 10 people died when police broke up protests. Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan is now once again raising the spectre of 1 March.

Analysis | Ten years after a deadly crackdown in Armenia, will history repeat itself?

By Peter Liakhov

On 1 March 2008, 10 people died when police broke up protests. Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan is now once again raising the spectre of 1 March.

26/03/2018

Analysis | Women are significantly less likely to go out to eat in Georgia

CRRC-Georgia examines what most affects people’s likelihood of eating in restaurants.

Analysis | Women are significantly less likely to go out to eat in Georgia

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines what most affects people’s likelihood of eating in restaurants.

5/03/2018

Analysis | Polarisation in Georgia’s media landscape

CRRC-Georgia examines the relationship between party affiliation and trust in different media outlets.

Analysis | Polarisation in Georgia’s media landscape

By David Sichinava

CRRC-Georgia examines the relationship between party affiliation and trust in different media outlets.

22/02/2018

19/02/2018

Analysis | As many Georgians think the West spreads propaganda as Russia

CRRC-Georgia examines people’s perceptions of Western and Russian ‘propaganda’, and how these perceptions might shape their views.

Analysis | As many Georgians think the West spreads propaganda as Russia

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines people’s perceptions of Western and Russian ‘propaganda’, and how these perceptions might shape their views.

19/01/2018

Analysis | Total war: Karabakh’s militarised social democracy

With money from abroad, Karabakh mixes low taxes with generous social welfare in an ever more militarised way.

Analysis | Total war: Karabakh’s militarised social democracy

By Aleksey S Antimonov

With money from abroad, Karabakh mixes low taxes with generous social welfare in an ever more militarised way.

15/01/2018

Analysis | One in six in Georgia think the country is a member of the EU

According to a new survey from CRRC-Georgia, ethnic Georgians and women are the most likely to mistakenly believe they are living in the EU.

Analysis | One in six in Georgia think the country is a member of the EU

By CRRC

According to a new survey from CRRC-Georgia, ethnic Georgians and women are the most likely to mistakenly believe they are living in the EU.

3/01/2018

Analysis | Second-rate development — why 12 died in a luxury hotel in Batumi

While a lack of government oversight give investors a free hand, local activists are fighting back.

Analysis | Second-rate development — why 12 died in a luxury hotel in Batumi

By Tatuli Chubabria

While a lack of government oversight give investors a free hand, local activists are fighting back.

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