Cross tabulation (%)Rich person is more likely to be found guiltyPoor person is more likely to be found guiltyThey have the same chance of being found guilty / not guiltyDK/RA
Capital352405
Urban337564
Rural442495
Kutaisi723682
Batumi836506

RICHPOOR: Rich vs. Poor - chance of not guilty verdict

Question text: Suppose two people - one rich, one poor - each appear in court, charged with an identical crime they did not commit. Choose an answer from this card to show who you think would be more likely to be found guilty?

Values:
  • Rich person is more likely to be found guilty
  • Poor person is more likely to be found guilty
  • They have the same chance of being found guilty / not guilty
  • DK/RA

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Attitudes towards the Judicial System in Georgia, 2014

Attitudes towards the Judicial System in Georgia, 2014

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