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The Caucasus Datablog

The Datablog analyses issues and trends in the region using data and public polling. It is a collaboration between OC Media and CRRC Georgia.

Datablog | Attitudes towards disinformation on social media in Armenia and Georgia 

Armenian and Georgian internet users have different perspectives on the effect of social media disinformation and its effect on their respective countries, according to a CRRC analysis.

Datablog | Georgia’s changing priorities at the UN General Assembly

A CRRC analysis found that Georgian Dream’s leaders have mentioned Russia less and spoken more positively than the previous government. 

Datablog | Russian émigrés in Georgia

A CRRC Georgia study has found that most surveyed Russians who emigrated to Georgia in 2022 are against Putin, in favour of Navalny, and feel secure in Georgia. 

Datablog | What Georgians read on Wikipedia

Analysing the most-visited Georgian-language pages on Wikipedia gives an insight into the priorities and interests of Georgian users of the site, with some surprises.

Datablog | Georgians continue to support gender parity in parliament

More than half of the Georgian public support a gender-balanced parliament, with women, young people, and those not aligned with the ruling party particularly in favour of it. 

Datablog | What do non-partisans think of politicians and parties in Georgia?

Of the plurality of Georgians who do not feel any party aligns with their views, most dislike Georgia’s leading political figures and parties. 

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 | 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 | 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 | 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.