CRRC has 10 years of experience providing researchers, the government, donors, NGOs and the private sector with data and analysis of critical trends and expectations in Georgia and across the region. CRRC provides research, analysis and training using tested methodologies, which allow accurate comparisons between sectors, populations and countries.
CRRC's public databases give everyone the opportunity to understand and evaluate the social and political trends in both Georgia and the entire South Caucasus. To analyze these databases easily, please use CRRC-Georgia’s Online Data Analysis tool.
Omnibus surveys combine questions from different organizations and researchers into a single survey. This enables data collection at significantly reduced costs compared with commissioning an entire survey. CRRC Georgia offers a quarterly omnibus survey.
CRRC's Omnibus has an achieved sample size of 1000 respondents, is conducted face to face, and is nationally representative. Demographic cross tabulations are provided for each question, including age, sex, education level, employment status, and settlement type (Capital, other urban, rural).
Prices for different question types are provided below:
|Close-ended questions with set response options||USD|
|Close-ended question (up to 7 answer options)||300|
|Additional options to close-ended questions||15|
|Repeated scale based questions|
|Inclusion of each additional statement||50|
|Including comment coding||750|
|Including up to 4 images (logos, branding, etc.) in addition to a close-ended question||35|
|Inclusion of each additional image||20|
|Inclusion of video or sound||50|
|With up to two experimental arms||650|
|Inclusion of each additional experimental arm||200|
|Dataset with purchased variables + gender, age, settlement, income, employment status, education|
|Excel file with frequency distributions + crosstabs with gender, age, and settlement|
Have questions? Email David Sichinava (email@example.com) and Makhare Atchaidze (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more detailed information about the Omnibus survey.