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Analysis | How negative campaigns and party voter contact work in Georgia

CRRC-Georgia examines how effective negative campaign tactics and contact with voters is for political parties in Georgia.

Analysis | How negative campaigns and party voter contact work in Georgia

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines how effective negative campaign tactics and contact with voters is for political parties in Georgia.

16/11/2018

Analysis | Georgia’s imagined tolerance

A new survey from CRRC-Georgia suggests there is a gap between the perception and reality of intolerance in Georgia.

Analysis | Georgia’s imagined tolerance

By CRRC

A new survey from CRRC-Georgia suggests there is a gap between the perception and reality of intolerance in Georgia.

17/10/2018

Analysis | The revolution will not be postponed: what does Pashinyan’s resignation really mean?

Pashinyan’s move to force snap elections has left many to wonder — does the former regime have what it takes to strike back?

Analysis | The revolution will not be postponed: what does Pashinyan’s resignation really mean?

By Mikayel Zolyan

Pashinyan’s move to force snap elections has left many to wonder — does the former regime have what it takes to strike back?

Analysis | Georgia’s tapes scandals suggest something is rotten at the top of Georgian politics

The Omega Tapes scandal, and now secret recordings of former official Mirza Subeliani, suggest Georgia’s government has serious questions to answer.

Analysis | Georgia’s tapes scandals suggest something is rotten at the top of Georgian politics

By OC Media

The Omega Tapes scandal, and now secret recordings of former official Mirza Subeliani, suggest Georgia’s government has serious questions to answer.

1/08/2018

Analysis | From Ivanishvili’s chosen to a ‘united opposition’ candidate — how Georgia’s aspiring presidents stack up

An early look at who has, and who has not declared their candidacy, and what their chances look like.

Analysis | From Ivanishvili’s chosen to a ‘united opposition’ candidate — how Georgia’s aspiring presidents stack up

By Shota Kincha

An early look at who has, and who has not declared their candidacy, and what their chances look like.

25/07/2018

Analysis | Can ‘New Armenia’ disentangle democratic change from geopolitics?

The government of the ‘New Armenia’ has a delicate balancing act to perform in its relations with Russia and the West.

Analysis | Can ‘New Armenia’ disentangle democratic change from geopolitics?

By Mikayel Zolyan

The government of the ‘New Armenia’ has a delicate balancing act to perform in its relations with Russia and the West.

9/07/2018

Analysis | What predicts foreign policy preferences in Georgia?

CRRC-Georgia examines the factors predicting whether a person supports a pro-Western, neutral, or pro-Russian foreign policy in Georgia.

Analysis | What predicts foreign policy preferences in Georgia?

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines the factors predicting whether a person supports a pro-Western, neutral, or pro-Russian foreign policy in Georgia.

3/07/2018

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.