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Analysis | Georgians support vehicle technical inspections despite the financial burden

CRRC Georgia looks at support for new mandatory technical vehicles inspections in Georgia and finds the population overwhelming in favour.

Analysis | Georgians support vehicle technical inspections despite the financial burden

By David Sichinava

CRRC Georgia looks at support for new mandatory technical vehicles inspections in Georgia and finds the population overwhelming in favour.

Analysis | Institutions need to replace personality in Georgian politics

CRRC-Georgia examines the trust in political institutions in Georgia, and what that might mean for Georgian democracy.

Analysis | Institutions need to replace personality in Georgian politics

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines the trust in political institutions in Georgia, and what that might mean for Georgian democracy.

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.

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.

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’.

Analysis | Women are significantly less likely to go out to eat in Georgia

CRRC-Georgia examines what most affects people’s likelihood of eating in restaurants.

Analysis | Women are significantly less likely to go out to eat in Georgia

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines what most affects people’s likelihood of eating in restaurants.

Analysis | Polarisation in Georgia’s media landscape

CRRC-Georgia examines the relationship between party affiliation and trust in different media outlets.

Analysis | Polarisation in Georgia’s media landscape

By David Sichinava

CRRC-Georgia examines the relationship between party affiliation and trust in different media outlets.

Analysis | As many Georgians think the West spreads propaganda as Russia

CRRC-Georgia examines people’s perceptions of Western and Russian ‘propaganda’, and how these perceptions might shape their views.

Analysis | As many Georgians think the West spreads propaganda as Russia

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines people’s perceptions of Western and Russian ‘propaganda’, and how these perceptions might shape their views.

Analysis | One in six in Georgia think the country is a member of the EU

According to a new survey from CRRC-Georgia, ethnic Georgians and women are the most likely to mistakenly believe they are living in the EU.

Analysis | One in six in Georgia think the country is a member of the EU

By CRRC

According to a new survey from CRRC-Georgia, ethnic Georgians and women are the most likely to mistakenly believe they are living in the EU.

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