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Datablog | Do Georgians feel like they are being spied on by the government?

Nearly half of the Georgian public think that they or their family members are under government surveillance at least some of the time.

Datablog | Do Georgians feel like they are being spied on by the government?

By Dustin Gilbreath

Nearly half of the Georgian public think that they or their family members are under government surveillance at least some of the time.

6/06/2023

Datablog | Georgians’ attitudes and beliefs associated with polarised media preferences

A recent survey suggests that Georgians have markedly different beliefs about the present state and future of their country depending on the television channels they trust.

Datablog | Georgians’ attitudes and beliefs associated with polarised media preferences

By Givi Silagadze

A recent survey suggests that Georgians have markedly different beliefs about the present state and future of their country depending on the television channels they trust.

30/05/2023

Datablog | Is Georgia’s Gen Z more politically engaged than young millennials?

CRRC data suggests that Georgians aged 18-29 are politically engaged and active, with the older age bracket somewhat more interested. 

Datablog | Is Georgia’s Gen Z more politically engaged than young millennials?

By Zachary Fabos

CRRC data suggests that Georgians aged 18-29 are politically engaged and active, with the older age bracket somewhat more interested. 

23/05/2023

Datablog | What makes people feel insecure in Georgia?

Of the third of Georgians who feel insecure in Georgia, most attribute this to economic insecurity, but also express concern about a wider array of security issues. 

Datablog | What makes people feel insecure in Georgia?

By Dustin Gilbreath

Of the third of Georgians who feel insecure in Georgia, most attribute this to economic insecurity, but also express concern about a wider array of security issues. 

16/05/2023

Datablog | What do the ‘tragic consequences’ of colour revolutions actually look like?

While Russian rhetoric warns against the supposed negative consequences of colour revolutions, their actual impacts appear to be broadly positive. 

Datablog | What do the ‘tragic consequences’ of colour revolutions actually look like?

By Givi Silagadze

While Russian rhetoric warns against the supposed negative consequences of colour revolutions, their actual impacts appear to be broadly positive. 

2/05/2023

Datablog | Who wants to leave Georgia?

CRRC data shows that every fifth person was considering leaving Georgia for work in 2023.

Datablog | Who wants to leave Georgia?

By Elene Ergeshidze

CRRC data shows that every fifth person was considering leaving Georgia for work in 2023.

26/04/2023

Datablog | Life satisfaction and what people teach their children

EVS data suggests that values commonly taught to children in different countries appear to be linked to how satisfied communities are with their lives.

Datablog | Life satisfaction and what people teach their children

By Tamar Khoshtaria

EVS data suggests that values commonly taught to children in different countries appear to be linked to how satisfied communities are with their lives.

11/04/2023

Datablog | Who do Georgians blame for Russia’s war in Ukraine?

Most Georgians see Russia and Putin as responsible for the conflict, but a substantial minority lay the blame with the West. 

Datablog | Who do Georgians blame for Russia’s war in Ukraine?

By Dustin Gilbreath

Most Georgians see Russia and Putin as responsible for the conflict, but a substantial minority lay the blame with the West. 

4/04/2023

Datablog | Shifting tides: changing dynamics of social capital in Georgia and Armenia

Levels of social ties and trust vary between and within Georgia and Armenia, and have changed significantly in the last decade.

Datablog | Shifting tides: changing dynamics of social capital in Georgia and Armenia

By Milord Shengelia

Levels of social ties and trust vary between and within Georgia and Armenia, and have changed significantly in the last decade.

21/03/2023

Datablog | People in Georgia are highly uncertain about their economic future

Lower-income groups are particularly uncertain about what their economic futures might hold.

Datablog | People in Georgia are highly uncertain about their economic future

By Nino Zubashvili

Lower-income groups are particularly uncertain about what their economic futures might hold.