NDI/CRRC-Georgia publish the results of the June 2017 poll

The results of the NDI/CRRC-Georgia poll, which were published on July 26th and 27th, reflect the attitudes of the population of Georgia towards various topics including the state of democracy, economy, elections, local governance, infrastructure, gender and more.

Laura Thornton, NDI’s Resident Director in Georgia and David Sichinava, CRRC-Georgia’s Senior Policy Analyst, presented the findings of the survey, which aims to help Georgian stakeholders address issues of public concern by providing accurate, unbiased and statistically-sound data. The poll captures the most relevant information in order to foster the development of responsive policies and governance. A wide range of leaders from across the political spectrum has reported that the polls are important to their work and encourage continued polling.

The results reflect data collected from June 18 to July 9, through 2,261 face-to-face interviews with a nationally representative sample of Georgia’s adult population, excluding occupied territories. The average margin of error is +/- 2,2 percent.

To analyze the latest dataset, you can visit CRRC-Georgia’s Online Data Analysis (ODA) platform: http://caucasusbarometer.org/en

NDI’s survey work is funded by UK aid from the British people and carried out by CRRC-Georgia.