The Survey of the population of Georgia on the knowledge and attitudes towards Prosecutor’s Office

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The survey of the population of Georgia on the knowledge and attitudes towards Prosecutor’s Office was conducted from March 30 to April 12, 2020.


The survey studies the following topics:

 

1. Attitude towards the Prosecutor's Office and prosecutors of Georgia;

2. Knowledge about the Prosecutor's Office of Georgia;

3. Experience with the Prosecutor's Office;

4. Application of communication channels of the Prosecutor's Office and their evaluation.


The study included the country's adult Georgian, Armenian and Azerbaijani-speaking population, except population living in South Ossetia and Abkhazia. 1,017 people in total were interviewed by telephone. The sampling was representative for Georgia (except for ethnic minority settlements and occupied territories), as well as for the population of the capital, other cities and villages. List of phone numbers generated through random digit dialing was used at sampling. The average error rate on a country level is 2.1%.

 

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The survey is part of the Promoting Prosecutorial Independence through Monitoring and Engagement (PrIME) project implemented by the Institute for Development of freedom of Information (IDFI) in partnership with CRRC-Georgia and Studio Monitor with the financial support of the European Union (EU). 

 

The contents of this blogpost are the sole responsibility of CRRC-Georgia and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union, IDFI, and Studio Monitor.

 

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The survey you can read here.

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