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Datablog | Young Georgians do not want a military solution in Abkhazia and South Ossetia

The War in Ukraine has raised questions abroad about a potential outbreak of hostilities in Georgia.

Datablog | Young Georgians do not want a military solution in Abkhazia and South Ossetia

By Nino Zubashvili

The War in Ukraine has raised questions abroad about a potential outbreak of hostilities in Georgia.

22/02/2022

Datablog | How many votes were bought in Georgia’s local elections?

According to new research, 20% of Tbilisi’s population appears to be willing to sell their vote. 

Datablog | How many votes were bought in Georgia’s local elections?

By Dustin Gilbreath

According to new research, 20% of Tbilisi’s population appears to be willing to sell their vote. 

15/02/2022

Datablog | Georgians are becoming increasingly tolerant

Despite prominent instances of hate-motivated violence in recent years, recent surveys show a growing recognition of the importance of a wide range of minority rights.

Datablog | Georgians are becoming increasingly tolerant

By Dustin Gilbreath

Despite prominent instances of hate-motivated violence in recent years, recent surveys show a growing recognition of the importance of a wide range of minority rights.

8/02/2022

Datablog | Georgians remain hesitant about vaccinating kids

Many of those who are willing to be vaccinated themselves, would not vaccinate their children.

Datablog | Georgians remain hesitant about vaccinating kids

By Tsisana Khundadze

Many of those who are willing to be vaccinated themselves, would not vaccinate their children.

1/02/2022

Datablog | Who should solve Georgia’s political crises?

Georgian politics often appears to be in a near-constant crisis — marked by protests, boycotts, and acrimony. 

Datablog | Who should solve Georgia’s political crises?

By Tsisana Khundadze

Georgian politics often appears to be in a near-constant crisis — marked by protests, boycotts, and acrimony. 

25/01/2022

Datablog | The problems facing Georgian courts

In a series of studies, CRRC Georgia spoke with lawyers, judges, and business owners about the problems they perceive in the Georgian court system

Datablog | The problems facing Georgian courts

By Mariam Kobaladze

In a series of studies, CRRC Georgia spoke with lawyers, judges, and business owners about the problems they perceive in the Georgian court system

18/01/2022

Datablog | As Georgia’s government argues with the West, the public want ever closer relations

Over the past year, Georgia’s government has engaged in a series of spats with the Western governments and institutions.

Datablog | As Georgia’s government argues with the West, the public want ever closer relations

By Dustin Gilbreath

Over the past year, Georgia’s government has engaged in a series of spats with the Western governments and institutions.

11/01/2022

What can the Caucasus expect in 2022?

The OC Media team gives their predictions for what lies in store for the Caucasus in 2022.

What can the Caucasus expect in 2022?

By OC Media

The OC Media team gives their predictions for what lies in store for the Caucasus in 2022.

21/12/2021

Datablog | The Gakharia effect

How did the resignation of Giorgi Gakharia as prime minister affect Georgians’ political views?

Datablog | The Gakharia effect

By Givi Silagadze

How did the resignation of Giorgi Gakharia as prime minister affect Georgians’ political views?

14/12/2021

Datablog | Do Georgians differentiate between the Russian people and Russian state? 

Given the hostile relations between Russia and Georgia over the last 30 years, Georgian public opinion could be expected to be less than positive. 

Datablog | Do Georgians differentiate between the Russian people and Russian state? 

By Nino Mzhavanadze

Given the hostile relations between Russia and Georgia over the last 30 years, Georgian public opinion could be expected to be less than positive. 

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