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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.

9/02/2021

Datablog | Do people have enough information about COVID-19 in Georgia?

The government has taken several measures to raise awareness about COVID-19; but are the public actually well informed?

Datablog | Do people have enough information about COVID-19 in Georgia?

By Tsisana Khundadze

The government has taken several measures to raise awareness about COVID-19; but are the public actually well informed?

3/02/2021

After the fighting, uncertainty reigns in Armenia’s borderlands

The deal that stopped Azerbaijan’s 44-day war against Armenia hints at peace via economic development. Does it convince the people most likely to be affected?

After the fighting, uncertainty reigns in Armenia’s borderlands

By Constance Léon

The deal that stopped Azerbaijan’s 44-day war against Armenia hints at peace via economic development. Does it convince the people most likely to be affected?

2/02/2021

Datablog | Despite gains in 2020, Georgia’s institutions remain poorly trusted

Trust in most institutions rose significantly since the start of the pandemic, but some institutions gained more than others.

Datablog | Despite gains in 2020, Georgia’s institutions remain poorly trusted

By Dustin Gilbreath

Trust in most institutions rose significantly since the start of the pandemic, but some institutions gained more than others.

26/01/2021

Datablog | Are Georgia's risk-loving men to blame for the spread of COVID-19?

Research conducted by CRRC shows that young Georgian men are more prone to risky behaviour, including social behaviour which increases the chances of COVID-19 transmission. 

Datablog | Are Georgia's risk-loving men to blame for the spread of COVID-19?

By The Caucasus Datablog

Research conducted by CRRC shows that young Georgian men are more prone to risky behaviour, including social behaviour which increases the chances of COVID-19 transmission. 

19/01/2021

Datablog | Almost everyone in Georgia believes in the supernatural

Survey data suggests that 91% of Georgians believe in either good luck charms, fortunetellers, faith healers, or horoscopes.

Datablog | Almost everyone in Georgia believes in the supernatural

By Kristine Vacharadze

Survey data suggests that 91% of Georgians believe in either good luck charms, fortunetellers, faith healers, or horoscopes.

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