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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.

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. 

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.

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.

Datablog | Is the Georgian government doing enough to secure EU membership?

Georgians are split along partisan lines on whether their government is doing enough to secure the country’s candidate status.

Datablog | Is the Georgian government doing enough to secure EU membership?

By Dustin Gilbreath

Georgians are split along partisan lines on whether their government is doing enough to secure the country’s candidate status.

Datablog | Is People’s Power designed to make Georgian Dream look good?

A CRRC Georgia study found that positioning Georgian Dream as more moderate than its spin-off group, People’s Power, increased support for the ruling party. 

Datablog | Is People’s Power designed to make Georgian Dream look good?

By Koba Turmanidze

A CRRC Georgia study found that positioning Georgian Dream as more moderate than its spin-off group, People’s Power, increased support for the ruling party. 

Datablog | Democratic hypocrisy in Tbilisi

A CRRC Georgia survey found that people living in Tbilisi were more willing to accept democracy-eroding policies if they believed that their preferred party was in power. 

Datablog | Democratic hypocrisy in Tbilisi

By Dustin Gilbreath

A CRRC Georgia survey found that people living in Tbilisi were more willing to accept democracy-eroding policies if they believed that their preferred party was in power. 

Datablog | Are Georgian people afraid of crime?

CRRC data found that roughly half of Georgians are afraid of being victims of crimes.

Datablog | Are Georgian people afraid of crime?

By Dustin Gilbreath

CRRC data found that roughly half of Georgians are afraid of being victims of crimes.

Datablog | Are individual Georgians politically polarised?

CRRC investigated whether growing political polarisation in Georgia could be seen at the individual level.

Datablog | Are individual Georgians politically polarised?

By Givi Silagadze

CRRC investigated whether growing political polarisation in Georgia could be seen at the individual level.

Datablog | How do Georgians feel about the influx of Russians?

CRRC data suggests that most Georgians are concerned about the migration of Russians to Georgia.

Datablog | How do Georgians feel about the influx of Russians?

By Givi Silagadze

CRRC data suggests that most Georgians are concerned about the migration of Russians to Georgia.