Report | People’s Attitudes and Knowledge Towards the Prosecutor’s Office in Georgia

Year: 2020

The report discusses people’s attitudes and knowledge towards the Prosecutor’s Office and prosecutors in Georgia.

The report uses data from a public opinion survey representative of the adult population of Georgia carried out by CRRC Georgia and suggests that, in general, people trust the Prosecutor’s Office and believe that their main goal is fighting crime.

The research is a part of the Promoting Prosecutorial Independence through Monitoring and Engagement (PrIME) project.

You can read the full report (Georgian version) here.