Caucasus Barometer is the annual household survey about social economic issues and political attitudes conducted by CRRC.
Caucasus Barometer is an annual survey about socio-economic issues and political attitudes conducted by the Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRC) in the three countries of the South Caucasus: Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. The project started in 2004. Representative nationwide data is available since 2008 (before 2010, the survey was titled The Data Initiative). The 2015 wave of the survey was conducted in Armenia and Georgia only.
Population: Adults (18 years old and over), excluding the populations living in territories affected by military conflict (South Ossetia and Abkhazia).
Sample Design: Multi-stage cluster sampling with preliminary stratification.
Sample Size: 2251 respondents.
Response rate: 57%
Survey mode: Computer-assisted personal interview (CAPI)
Interview languages: Armenian, Azerbaijani, Georgian.
Fieldwork Dates: October 13, 2015 to November 19, 2015
Results are weighted.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Tinatin Zurabishvili, Caucasus Barometer Project Coordinator.
Contact for more Information: Dr. Tinatin Zurabishvili, firstname.lastname@example.org