The CRRC Georgia’s Publications are a series of public documents that focus on a variety of issues facing Georgia. The documents, which mainly include policy briefs, reports and articles, use rigorous data analysis to help inform decision-making.

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The research studies attitudes towards climate change and related issues in Georgia.
The primary objective of the study is to carry out audience research within the Samtskhe-Javakheti region of Georgia.
This report discusses the motivations for moving, the perceptions, and the political attitudes of Russian citizens living in Georgia.
This policy brief presents data on democratic hypocrisy in a hybrid regime.
This report explores  public perception of foreign threats in Georgia.
This report examines partisanship and polarization in Georgia at a societal level.
This policy brief presents data on encouraging HIV Self Testing in Georgia.
This policy brief presents data on the importance of remittances for Georgian households.
The report addresses growing concerns in Georgia over electoral malfeasance.
The report represents a need assessment to support the independent living of persons with disabilities through evidence-based advocacy and sustainable service provision.