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Datablog | Georgian parents are concerned about online learning

Georgia has postponed the reopening of schools in major cities due to a new surge in the pandemic.

Datablog | Georgian parents are concerned about online learning

By Elene Ergeshidze

Georgia has postponed the reopening of schools in major cities due to a new surge in the pandemic.

15/09/2020

Datablog | Do Georgians think the Prosecutor’s Office is biased? 

The impartiality and effectiveness of the Prosecutor’s Office has come into question in recent years.

Datablog | Do Georgians think the Prosecutor’s Office is biased? 

By Eto Gagunashvili

The impartiality and effectiveness of the Prosecutor’s Office has come into question in recent years.

8/09/2020

Datablog | Lockdown vs re-opening the economy in Georgia

As the number of new daily confirmed cases is again on the rise, we look at how people felt about the anti-coronavirus restrictions in May.

Datablog | Lockdown vs re-opening the economy in Georgia

By Rati Shubladze

As the number of new daily confirmed cases is again on the rise, we look at how people felt about the anti-coronavirus restrictions in May.

1/09/2020

Datablog | The rallying around the flag effect in Georgia

In times of crisis, support for governments often rises; The COVID-19 crisis in Georgia has been no exception.

Datablog | The rallying around the flag effect in Georgia

By Dustin Gilbreath

In times of crisis, support for governments often rises; The COVID-19 crisis in Georgia has been no exception.

24/08/2020

Datablog | Georgians increasingly open to compromise with Abkhazia and South Ossetia

Polling suggests that despite territorial integrity ranking high on Georgians’ priorities, they are increasingly open to compromise.

Datablog | Georgians increasingly open to compromise with Abkhazia and South Ossetia

By David Sichinava

Polling suggests that despite territorial integrity ranking high on Georgians’ priorities, they are increasingly open to compromise.

17/08/2020

Analysis | Support for democracy increased in Georgia during COVID-19, but what does that mean? 

The COVID-19 outbreak generated speculation about whether support for democracy would decline during the crisis. 

Analysis | Support for democracy increased in Georgia during COVID-19, but what does that mean? 

By Rati Shubladze

The COVID-19 outbreak generated speculation about whether support for democracy would decline during the crisis. 

10/08/2020

Analysis | There is a gap between support for democracy and liberal values in Georgia

Polls suggest support for democracy is on the decline in Georgia, but does support for democracy correlate to support for liberal values? 

Analysis | There is a gap between support for democracy and liberal values in Georgia

By Tamuna Khostaria

Polls suggest support for democracy is on the decline in Georgia, but does support for democracy correlate to support for liberal values? 

3/08/2020

Analysis | Church scandals have hurt trust in the Georgian Orthodox Church

The Georgian Orthodox Church has been hit by numerous scandals in recent years, but have those scandals affected public trust?

Analysis | Church scandals have hurt trust in the Georgian Orthodox Church

By Dustin Gilbreath

The Georgian Orthodox Church has been hit by numerous scandals in recent years, but have those scandals affected public trust?

27/07/2020

Analysis | Georgia has a vaccine misinformation problem

According to a recent survey carried out by CRRC, less than half of Georgians show an interest in taking an anti-coronavirus vaccine if it becomes available.

Analysis | Georgia has a vaccine misinformation problem

By Dustin Gilbreath

According to a recent survey carried out by CRRC, less than half of Georgians show an interest in taking an anti-coronavirus vaccine if it becomes available.

20/07/2020

Analysis | Teachers can be pushed to report domestic violence — but the authorities must respond

Teachers can be encouraged to report suspected domestic violence, but first the authorities must begin to effectively respond to reports. 

Analysis | Teachers can be pushed to report domestic violence — but the authorities must respond

By Dustin Gilbreath

Teachers can be encouraged to report suspected domestic violence, but first the authorities must begin to effectively respond to reports. 

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