Caucasus Barometer 2019 Georgia

Caucasus Barometer is the annual household survey about social economic issues and political attitudes conducted by CRRC.
Country: Georgia
Fieldwork Dates: October 9, 2019 to November 4, 2019

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Caucasus Barometer 2019 Georgia

Caucasus Barometer is the annual household survey about social economic issues and political attitudes conducted by CRRC.
Country: Georgia
Fieldwork Dates: October 9, 2019 to November 4, 2019

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Codebook

SETTYPE: Settlement type

Question text: Settlement type

Values:
  • Capital
  • Urban
  • Rural

RESPSEX: Respondent's sex

Question text: Respondent's sex

Values:
  • Male
  • Female

AGEGROUP: Age group

Question text: Age group

Note: The variable is generated from AGE variable, present in the original dataset

Values:
  • 18-35
  • 36-55
  • 56+

ACTCHORE: Activities during last 6 months: Helped a neighbor/friend with household chores

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Helped a neighbor or a friend with some household chores or childcare.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

ACTRESDT: Activities during last 6 months: Helped someone to resolve a dispute

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Helped someone to resolve a dispute.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

ACTCLEAN: Activities during last 6 months: Cleaned/helped to clean public space

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Helped cleaning public space (e.g. entrance to the apartment building, school or church yard, or other).

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No

ACTTHEA: Activities during last 6 months: Went to a theatre / cinema

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Went to a theatre or cinema.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No

ACTREST: Activities during last 6 months: Went to a restaurant

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Went to a restaurant. This includes pizzeria, ‘sakhinkle', mcdonald's, etc.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • RA

ACTVLNT: Activities during last 6 months: Volunteered without expecting compensation

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Did volunteer work without expecting compensation.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

ACTCOMM: Activities during last 6 months: Made a comment online regarding an important issue

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Made a comment online (e.g. on Facebook or other social media platform) regarding an important issue.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

ACTDNCH: Activities during last 6 months: Donated money to a church or mosque

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Donated money to a church or mosque.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

ACTNRCHN: Activities during last 6 months: Donated money to a non-religious charity, including donations by sms and giving money to beggars

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Donated money to a non-religious charity, including donations by sms and giving money to beggars. This does not include donations to churches or mosques

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

ACTPBLM: Activities during last 6 months: Attended a public meeting

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Attended a public meeting. By public meeting, we mean a gathering of the members of a given community in order to discuss the issues that are of importance for the community members

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

ACTSPET: Activities during last 6 months: Signed a petition or a demand/request, including online petitions

Question text: Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past 6 months? - Signed a petition or a demand/request, including online petitions.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'not applicable' option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

RATEHAP: How happy would you say you are?

Question text: Overall, how happy would you say you are?

Note: The question was recoded from 10-point scale into 5-point scale

Values:
  • Very unhappy
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very happy
  • DK/RA

GALLTRU: Most people can be trusted?

Question text: Generally speaking, would you say that most people in Georgia can be trusted, or that you can't be too careful in dealing with people?

Note: The question was recoded from 10-point scale into 5-point scale

Values:
  • You can't be too careful
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Most people can be trusted
  • DK

CIGAVGD: Do you smoke?

Question text: On average, how many cigarettes do you smoke per day?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

HLTHRAT: How would you rate your health?

Question text: Overall, how would you rate your health? Would you describe it as …

Values:
  • Very poor
  • Poor
  • Fair
  • Good
  • Very good
  • DK

DISCPRPR: Frequency of discussing private problems with close relatives and friends

Question text: When you get together with your close relatives and friends, how often do you discuss each other's private problems?

Note: The question was recoded from 10-point scale into 5-point scale

Values:
  • Never
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Always
  • DK

BUSINUSA: Approval of doing business with American

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with American?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINARM: Approval of doing business with Armenian

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Armenian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINAZE: Approval of doing business with Azerbaijani

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Azerbaijani?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

BUSINITA: Approval of doing business with Italian

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Italian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINARA: Approval of doing business with Arab

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Arab?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINGEO: Approval of doing business with Georgian

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Georgian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINIRA: Approval of doing business with Iranian

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Iranian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINJEW: Approval of doing business with Jew

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Jew?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINKUR: Approval of doing business with Kurd, Yezidi

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Kurd, Yezidi?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

BUSINRUS: Approval of doing business with Russian

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Russian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINTUR: Approval of doing business with Turk

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Turk?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINUKR: Approval of doing business with Ukrainian

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Ukrainian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSININD: Approval of doing business with Indian

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Indian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

BUSINABK: Approval of doing business with Abkhazian

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Abkhazian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINOSS: Approval of doing business with Ossetian

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Ossetian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

BUSINARG: Approval of doing business with Armenian living in Georgia

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Armenian living in Georgia?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINAZG: Approval of doing business with Azerbaijani living in Georgia

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Azerbaijani living in Georgia?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINJW: Approval of doing business with Jehovah’s Witness

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove people like you doing business with a Jehovah’s Witness?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

BUSINGA: Approval of doing business with homosexual

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people like you doing business with a homosexual

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

MARWUSA: Approval of women marrying American

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying American?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWARM: Approval of women marrying Armenian

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Armenian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWAZE: Approval of women marrying Azerbaijani

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Azerbaijani?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWITA: Approval of women marrying Italian

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Italian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWARA: Approval of women marrying Arab

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Arab?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWGEO: Approval of women marrying Georgian

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Georgian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWIRA: Approval of women marrying Iranian

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Iranian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWJEW: Approval of women marrying Jew

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Jew?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWKUR: Approval of women marrying Kurd, Yezidi

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Kurd, Yezidi?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWRUS: Approval of women marrying Russian

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Russian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWTUR: Approval of women marrying Turk

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Turk?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWUKR: Approval of women marrying Ukrainian

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Ukrainian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWIND: Approval of women marrying Indian

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Indian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWABK: Approval of women marrying Abkhazian

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Abkhazian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWOSS: Approval of women marrying Ossetian

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Ossetian?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWARG: Approval of women marrying Armenian living in Georgia

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Armenian living in Georgia?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWAZG: Approval of women marrying Azerbaijani living in Georgia

Question text: Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Azerbaijani living in Georgia?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK
  • RA

MARWJW: Approval of marrying with Jehovah's Witness

Question text: Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove people like you marrying a Jehovah’s Witness?

Values:
  • Approve
  • Disapprove
  • DK/RA

CLRLABR: Having a close relative currently living abroad

Question text: Do you have a close relative currently living abroad, outside the borders of Georgia? By ‘living' We mean, the person has spent at least a total of 3 month abroad

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

CLFRDAB: Have any close friends currently living abroad

Question text: Do you have any close friends currently living abroad, outside the borders of Georgia? By ‘living' We mean, the person has spent at least a total of 3 month abroad

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

FATEINLF: Perception of fatalism

Question text: Please tell me which comes closest to your view on this CARD, where code ‘1' means “Everything in life is determined by fate” and code ‘10' means “People shape their fate themselves.”

Note: The question was recoded from 10-point scale into 5-point scale

Values:
  • Everything in life is determined by fate
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • People shape their fate themselves
  • DK/RA

NEIGHBOR: Which of these people would you not wish to have your neighbors most?

Question text: Which of these people would you not wish to have your neighbors most?

Note: Sequence of the answer options was rotated in the Show cards during the fieldwork.

Values:
  • Criminals
  • Drug addicts
  • Homosexuals
  • People following a religion that is different to yours
  • Black people
  • Asians who come to live in Georgia and want to stay
  • People having political views that are different to yours
  • Europeans who come to live in Georgia and want to stay
  • Other
  • I would not wish any of these people as my neighbors
  • DK
  • RA

ACCVODK: From what age is it acceptable for a woman to drink strong alcohol?

Question text: Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to drink strong alcohol (vodka, brandy)?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Under 18
  • 18-25
  • 26+
  • Not acceptable at any age
  • DK
  • RA

ACCTOBA: From what age is it acceptable for a woman to smoke tobacco?

Question text: Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to smoke tobacco?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Under 18
  • 18-25
  • 26+
  • Not acceptable at any age
  • DK
  • RA

ACCSEPL: From what age is it acceptable for a woman to live separately from parents?

Question text: Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to live separately from parents before marriage?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Under 18
  • 18-25
  • 26+
  • Not acceptable at any age
  • DK/RA

ACCSEBM: From what age is it acceptable for a woman to have sex before marriage?

Question text: Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to have sexual relations before marriage?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Under 18
  • 18-25
  • 26+
  • Not acceptable at any age
  • DK
  • RA

ACCMARR: From what age is it acceptable for a woman to get married?

Question text: Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to get married?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Under 18
  • 18-25
  • 26+
  • Not acceptable at any age
  • DK/RA

ACCCOHB: From what age is it acceptable for a woman to cohabit with a man without marriage

Question text: Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to cohabit with a man without marriage?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Under 18
  • 18-25
  • 26+
  • Not acceptable at any age
  • DK/RA

GENBREA: Who should normally be the breadwinner?

Question text: In your opinion, ideally, who should normally be the breadwinner in Georgia's families - a man or a woman?

Values:
  • A man
  • A woman
  • Equally
  • DK

GENBRER: Who is the breadwinner in the majority of Georgia's families?

Question text: Speaking about the majority of the families in Georgia today, who is the breadwinner - a man or a woman?

Values:
  • A man
  • A woman
  • Equally
  • DK/RA

IDEALNCH: Ideal number of children per family

Question text: What do you think is the ideal number of children per family in Georgia?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5 or more
  • Whatever number the God will give us
  • DK/RA

GNDPREF: The preferred gender of the child

Question text: If a family has one child, what would be the preferred gender of the child?

Values:
  • A girl
  • A boy
  • Does not matter
  • DK/RA

CAREPRNTS: Who should take care of parents

Question text: In your opinion, who should take care of parents more?

Values:
  • A son
  • A daughter
  • Should take care equally
  • DK

APTINHERT: Who should inherit the apartment?

Question text: Imagine that there are a son and a daughter in a household and the household only owns one apartment. In your opinion, who should inherit the apartment?

Values:
  • Daughter
  • Son
  • Should be equally distributed
  • Other
  • DK/RA

TRUPOLLRN: Would you say that you trust or distrust the results of public opinion polls conducted in our country?

Question text: There have been discussions lately about the results of public opinion polls, like the one we are conducting right now, in Georgia. Generally speaking, would you say that you trust or distrust the results of public opinion polls conducted in our country?

Values:
  • Trust / Rather trust
  • Distrust / Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Not applicable – don’t know anything about these polls
  • DK/RA

POLDIRN: Direction in which the country's domestic politics are going

Question text: There are different opinions regarding the direction in which Georgia's domestic politics are going. Which of the following would you personally agree with?

Values:
  • Politics is definitely going in the wrong direction
  • Politics is going mainly in the wrong direction
  • Politics does not change at all
  • Politics is going mainly in the right direction
  • Politics is definitely going in the right direction
  • DK
  • RA

CNTPROS: Will the situation in Georgia improve or not?

Question text: Please tell me which of the following statements you agree with and to what extent? Statement 1: Situation in Georgia will never improve, Statement 2: Eventually, everything will be fine in Georgia.

Note: The question was recoded. Original options are as follows: 1. Situation in Georgia will never improve - Strongly agree 2. Situation in Georgia will never improve - Agree 3. Eventually, everything will be fine in Georgia - Agree 4. Eventually, everything will be fine in Georgia - Strongly agree 5. Agree with neither. Options 1 and 2 were grouped to Situation in Georgia will never improve, 3 and 4 to Eventually, everything will be fine in Georgia, 5 - DK/RA

Values:
  • Situation in Georgia will never improve
  • Eventually, everything will be fine in Georgia.
  • DK/RA

IMPISS1: Most important issue facing the country

Question text: What do you think is the most important issue facing Georgia at the moment?

Note: Options Problematic relations with Russia, Unfairness of elections, Violation of human rights, Corruption, Emigration (people leaving /country/), Unfairness of courts, Threat to national traditions, Violation of property rights, Gender inequality, Immigration (foreigners coming to /country/), Unaffordability of professional or higher education, Religious intolerance were grouped to Other.

Values:
  • Unemployment
  • Poverty
  • Unsolved territorial conflicts
  • Rising prices / Inflation
  • Low quality of education
  • Political instability in the country
  • Low pensions
  • Unaffordability of healthcare
  • Low wages
  • Lack of peace in the country
  • Other
  • DK/RA

IMPISS2: Second most important issue facing the country

Question text: And tell me the second most important issue facing Georgia at the moment

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option
options Lack of peace in the country, Unfairness of courts, Corruption, Unfairness of elections, Threat to national traditions, Immigration (foreigners coming to /country/), Violation of property rights, Religious intolerance, Not having NATO membership, Unaffordability of professional or higher education, Gender inequality were grouped to Other.

Values:
  • Poverty
  • Unemployment
  • Rising prices / Inflation
  • Unsolved territorial conflicts
  • Unaffordability of healthcare
  • Low wages
  • Low pensions
  • Political instability in the country
  • Low quality of education
  • Violation of human rights
  • Problematic relations with Russia
  • Emigration (people leaving /country/)
  • Other
  • DK/RA

TRUHLTH: Trust - Healthcare system

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Healthcare system?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK/RA

TRUBANK: Trust - Banks

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Banks?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK/RA

TRUEDUC: Trust - Educational system

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Educational system?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK/RA

TRUARMY: Trust - Army

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Army?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK/RA

TRUCRTS: Trust - Court system

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Court system?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

TRUNGOS: Trust - NGOs

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust NGOs working in the Georgia?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK/RA

TRUPARL: Trust - Parliament

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Parliament?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

TRUEXEC: Trust - Executive government

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Executive government (Prime minister and ministers)?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

TRUPRES: Trust - President

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's President?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

TRUPOLI: Trust - Police

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Police?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK/RA

TRUPPS: Trust - Political parties

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Political parties?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

TRUMEDI: Trust - Media

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Media?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

TRULOCG: Trust - Local government

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Local government?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

TRURELI: Trust - Religious institutions respondent belongs to

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust religious institutions to which you belong?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK/RA

TRUOMB: Trust - Ombudsman

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust Georgia's Ombudsman?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

TRUSTEU: Trust - EU

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust European Union?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

TRUSTUN: Trust - UN

Question text: Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust United Nations?

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • Rather distrust
  • Neither trust nor distrust
  • Rather trust
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

QUALINF: How well TVs in Georgia inform the population

Question text: Please tell me, overall, how well do you think TVs in Georgia inform the population about what is actually going on in Georgia?

Values:
  • Very poorly
  • Quite poorly
  • In the middle
  • Quite well
  • Very well
  • DK/RA

FREESPK: People have the right to openly say what they think

Question text: In Georgia today, do you think or not that people like yourself have the right to openly say what they think?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

FAIRTRT: People like yourself are treated fairly by the government

Question text: Under the present government in Georgia, do you completely agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or completely disagree that people like yourself are treated fairly by the government?

Values:
  • Completely disagree
  • Somewhat disagree
  • Somewhat agree
  • Completely agree
  • DK
  • RA

GOVTROL: Government should be like a parent VS Government should be like an employee

Question text: Please tell me which of the following statements you agree with? Statement 1: people are like children, the government should take care of them like a parent. Statement 2: government is like an employee, the people should be the bosses who control the government

Note: The question was recoded. Original options are as follows: 1. Government as parent - Strongly agree 2. Government as parent - Agree 3. Government as employee - Agree 4. Government as employee - Strongly agree 5. Agree with neither. Options 1 and 2 were grouped to Parent, 3 and 4 to Employee, 5 - DK/RA

Values:
  • Parent
  • Employee
  • DK/RA

OBJCOUR: Court system favors some citizens VS treats all equally

Question text: Please tell me which of the following statements do you agree with? Statement 1: The court system in Georgia favors some citizens over others. Statement 2: The court system in Georgia treats all citizens equally, rather than favoring some over others

Note: The question was recoded. Original options are as follows: 1. Court favours some citizens - Strongly agree 2. Court favours some citizens - Agree 3. Court treats everyone equally - Agree 4. Court treats everyone equally - Strongly agree 5. Agree with neither. Options 1 and 2 were grouped to Partial 3 and 4 to Impartial, 5 to DK

Values:
  • Favors some citizens
  • Treats all equally
  • DK
  • RA

PROTEST: People should VS People should not participate in protest actions

Question text: Which of the following statements do you agree with? Statement 1: people should participate in protest actions against the government, as this shows the government that the people are in charge. Statement 2: people should not participate in protest actions against the government, as it threatens stability in our country.

Note: The question was recoded. Original options are as follows: 1. Participation in protests - Strongly agree 2. Participation in protests - Agree 3. Non-participation in protests - Agree 4. Non-participation in protests - Strongly agree 5. Agree with neither. Options 1 and 2 were grouped to 'People should participate' 3 and 4 to 'People should not participate', 5 to DK

Values:
  • People should participate
  • People should not participate
  • DK
  • RA

PARTYSUPP: Party closest to you

Question text: Now I will give you the tablet computer. Please answer the next question by yourself. After marking the desired answer option on the tablet, please swipe next/tap next. There are a number of political parties in Georgia. Which political party is closest to you?

Note: Sequence of the answer options was rotated in the Show cards during the fieldwork.

Values:
  • Georgian Dream
  • United National Movement
  • Labor Party
  • Movement for Liberty - European Georgia
  • Alliance of Patriots of Georgia
  • Political Platform New Georgia
  • New Political Center – Girchi
  • Democratic Movement – United Georgia
  • Free Georgia
  • Other
  • There is no such party
  • DK
  • RA

PARTYSUPS: Party you have the most sympathy for

Question text: Now I will give you the tablet computer. Please answer the next question by yourself. After you have marked the desired answer option on the tablet, please swipe next/tap next. Despite the previous answer, towards which political party do you have the most sympathy for? After marking the desired answer option on the tablet, please swipe next/tap next.

Note: Question asked only to the respondents, who said that no party is closest to them.
Options Alliance of Patriots of Georgia, Labor Party, Democratic Movement – United Georgia, Political Platform New Georgia, New Political Center – Girchi, Free Georgia were grouped to Other.

Values:
  • Georgian Dream
  • United National Movement
  • Movement for Liberty - European Georgia
  • Other
  • There is no such party
  • DK
  • RA

VOTPRCP: Would you participate in parliamentary elections next Sunday?

Question text: If parliamentary elections were held next Sunday, would you participate in the elections or not?

Values:
  • Certainly not participate
  • Most probably not participate
  • Most probably participate
  • Certainly participate
  • DK
  • RA

VOTLEL1: Did you vote in the first round of 2018 Presidential elections?

Question text: Did you vote in the first round of Presidential elections on October 28, 2018?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

VOTLEL2: Did you vote in the second round of 2018 Presidential elections?

Question text: Did you vote in the second round of Presidential elections which were held on November 28, 2018?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

ELCOND: Fairness of the most recent presidential elections

Question text: Would you say that those elections were conducted ….

Values:
  • Not at all fairly
  • To some extent fairly
  • Completely fairly
  • DK
  • RA

NATOSUPP: Support of country's membership in NATO

Question text: Using a scale of 1 to 5, where code ‘1' means no support and code ‘5' means your full support, to what extent would you support Georgia's membership in NATO?

Values:
  • Don't support at all
  • Rather not support
  • Partially support, partially don't support
  • Rather support
  • Fully support
  • DK
  • RA

NATNSUPW: What is the main reason you would not support Georgia's membership in NATO?

Question text: What is the main reason you would not support Georgia's membership in NATO?

Note: The question was asked only to those who would not support Georgia's membership in NATO

Values:
  • NATO membership will not benefit Georgia
  • Membership in NATO would hinder Georgia's relations with Russia
  • Membership in NATO would harm Georgia's culture and traditions
  • Membership in NATO would restrict Georgia's independence
  • Neutrality is the best choice for Georgia
  • People’s economic conditions in Georgia would worsen
  • There would be less of a chance to restore Georgia's territorial integrity
  • People’s everyday life in Georgia will become more dangerous, less safe
  • Georgia would be less protected from foreign threats
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

NATOSUPW: What is the main reason you would support Georgia's membership in NATO?

Question text: What is the main reason you would support Georgia's membership in NATO?

Note: The question was asked only to those who would support Georgia's membership in NATO

Values:
  • Georgia would be better protected from foreign threats
  • People’s economic conditions in Georgia would improve
  • Georgia would have a better chance to restore its territorial integrity
  • Membership in NATO would help strengthen Georgia's relations with the West
  • Membership in NATO would result in improved safety in everyday life in Georgia
  • Other
  • DK

EUSUPP: Support of country's membership in EU

Question text: Using a scale of 1 to 5, where code ‘1' means no support and code ‘5' means your full support, to what extent would you support Georgia's membership in the European Union?

Values:
  • Don't support at all
  • Rather not support
  • Partially support, partially don't support
  • Rather support
  • Fully support
  • DK
  • RA

EUNSUPW: What is the main reason you would not support Georgia's membership in the EU?

Question text: What is the main reason you would not support Georgia's membership in the European Union?

Note: The question was asked only to those who would not support Georgia's membership in the European Union

Values:
  • EU membership will not benefit Georgia
  • Membership in the European Union would hinder Georgia's relations with Russia
  • Membership in the European Union would harm Georgia's culture and traditions
  • Membership in the European Union would restrict Georgia's independence
  • People’s economic conditions in Georgia would worsen
  • People’s everyday life in Georgia will become more dangerous, less safe
  • There would be less of a chance to restore Georgia's territorial integrity
  • Georgia would be less protected from foreign threats
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

EUSUPWHY: What is the main reason you would support Georgia's membership in the EU?

Question text: What is the main reason you would support Georgia's membership in the European Union?

Note: The question was asked only to those who would support Georgia's membership in the European Union

Values:
  • People’s economic conditions in Georgia would improve
  • Membership in the European Union would help strengthen Georgia's relations with the Western countries
  • Georgia would be better protected from foreign threats
  • Georgia would have a better chance to restore its territorial integrity
  • Membership in the European Union would result in improved safety in everyday life in Georgia
  • I would be able to travel to the European Union countries without a visa
  • The countries of the European Union would get to know Georgia's culture and traditions better
  • Other
  • DK/RA

RUBETEUN: Georgia will benefit more if the country says no to the EU and NATO at the expense of improving relations with Russia

Question text: Using this card please tell me to what extent do you agree or disagree to the following statement: “Georgia will benefit more if the country says no to the European Union and NATO at the expense of improving relations with Russia”

Values:
  • Disagree completely
  • Disagree more than agree
  • Neither agree nor disagree
  • Agree more than disagree
  • Agree completely
  • DK
  • RA

MAINFRN: Main friend of the country

Question text: In your opinion, which country is currently main friend of Georgia?

Note: Options Israel, Italy, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Baltic countries, Georgia itself, Belgium, Moldova, Everybody, Czech republic, Spain, Eastern European Countries, Except Russia, Belarus, Austria were grouped to Other.

Values:
  • USA
  • Ukraine
  • Azerbaijan
  • Turkey
  • Russia
  • Armenia
  • Germany
  • EU
  • Poland
  • France
  • Other
  • No one
  • DK
  • RA

MAINENEM: Main enemy of the country

Question text: In your opinion, which country is currently main enemy of Georgia?

Note: Options Azerbaijan, Iran, Muslim countries, Many, Local government, Georgia itself, Ossetia, Neighbouring countries, Foreigners, Abkhazia, Ukraine, EU, Venesuela, Germany were grouped to Other.

Values:
  • Russia
  • Turkey
  • USA
  • Armenia
  • Everybody
  • Other
  • No one
  • DK
  • RA

USSRDISS: Has dissolution of the Soviet Union been a good/bad thing for Georgia?

Question text: In your opinion, was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing or a bad thing for Georgia?

Values:
  • A good thing
  • A bad thing
  • DK
  • RA

USSRPOIN: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: Georgia became independent

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - Georgia became independent

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRPOWE: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: We have a chance to get closer to the West

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - Now we have a chance to get closer to the West

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRPOCU: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: Opportunity for our culture to flourish

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - There is an opportunity for our culture to flourish

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRPOHR: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: Human rights are protected

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - Human rights are protected

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRPOCM: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: People can start business/commertial activity

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - People can start a business for his/her own or engage in commercial activities

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRPOFO: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: Wider selection of consumer goods and food

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - There is a wider selection of consumer goods and food

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRPOEL: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: We can elect our own government

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - We can elect our own government

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRPOEX: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: People can openly express their opinions

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - People can openly express their opinions and will not be persecuted because of this.

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRPOTR: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: We can travel abroad

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - We can travel abroad

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRPOLN: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: We can better sustain our language, uniqueness

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - We can better sustain our language and uniqueness

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRPOOT: Dissolution of USSR a good thing: Other

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a good thing for Georgia? - Other

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was good thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK

USSRNEEC: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: People's economic situation has worsened

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - People's economic situation has worsened

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

USSRNETI: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: Ties with friends and relatives were severed

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - Ties with friends and relatives were severed

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

USSRNEGHA: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: People started judging others according to their ethnic identity and/or religion

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - People started judging others according to their ethnic identity and/or religion

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

USSRNTRA: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: Harder to travel in republics of former USSR

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - Harder to travel in republics of former USSR

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

USSRNEWA: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: War started in Abkhazia and South Ossetia

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - War started in Abkhazia and South Ossetia

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

USSRNECC: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: Civil war started inside of Georgia

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - Civil war started inside of Georgia

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

USSRNESS: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: Services such healthcare,education are not free anymore

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - ervices such healthcare,education are not free anymore

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

USSRNEWK: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: The number of workplaces has declined

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - The number of workplaces has declined

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

USSRNETR: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: Our country has lost territories

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - Our country has lost territories

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

USSRNEIN: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: The gap between rich and poor has deepened

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - The gap between rich and poor has deepened

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

USSRNEOT: Dissolution of USSR a bad thing: Other

Question text: In your opinion, why was the dissolution of the Soviet Union a bad thing for Georgia? - Other

Note: The question was asked only to those who said that dissolution of Soviet Union was bad thing fot Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

CNTRDEM: How much of a democracy is country today?

Question text: In your opinion, how much of a democracy is Georgia today?

Values:
  • Not a democracy
  • A democracy but with major problems
  • A democracy but with minor problems
  • A full democracy
  • DK
  • RA

ATTDEM: Attitude towards democracy

Question text: Which of these three statements is closest to your own opinion?

Values:
  • Democracy is preferable to any other kind of government
  • In some circumstances, a non-democratic government can be preferable
  • For someone like me, it doesn't matter what kind of government we have
  • DK
  • RA

TRGEBRN: Important thing for being truly Georgian - to have been born in Georgia

Question text: Some people say that the following things are important for being truly Georgian. Others say these are not important. How important do you think each of the following is to have been born in Georgia?

Values:
  • Not important at all
  • Not very important
  • Fairly important
  • Very important
  • DK/RA

TRGECIT: Important thing for being truly Georgian - to have Georgian citizenship

Question text: Some people say that the following things are important for being truly Georgian. Others say these are not important. How important do you think each of the following is to have Georgian citizenship?

Values:
  • Not important at all
  • Not very important
  • Fairly important
  • Very important
  • DK/RA

TRGELIV: Important thing for being truly Georgian - to have lived in Georgian for most of one’s life

Question text: Some people say that the following things are important for being truly Georgian. Others say these are not important. How important do you think each of the following is to have lived in Georgia for most of one's life?

Values:
  • Not important at all
  • Not very important
  • Fairly important
  • Very important
  • DK/RA

TRGESPK: Important thing for being truly Georgian - to be able to speak Georgian

Question text: Some people say that the following things are important for being truly Georgian. Others say these are not important. How important do you think each of the following is to have be able to speak Georgian?

Values:
  • Not important at all
  • Not very important
  • Fairly important
  • Very important
  • DK/RA

TRGEORTH: Important thing for being truly Georgian - to be a believer in the Georgian Orthodox Church

Question text: Some people say that the following things are important for being truly Georgian. Others say these are not important. How important do you think each of the following is to have be a believer in the Georgian Orthodox Church?

Values:
  • Not important at all
  • Not very important
  • Fairly important
  • Very important
  • DK/RA

TRGEINST: Important thing for being truly Georgian - to respect Georgian institutions and laws

Question text: Some people say that the following things are important for being truly Georgian. Others say these are not important. How important do you think each of the following is to respect Georgian institutions and laws?

Values:
  • Not important at all
  • Not very important
  • Fairly important
  • Very important
  • DK/RA

TRGEETHN: Important thing for being truly Georgian - to feel Georgian

Question text: Some people say that the following things are important for being truly Georgian. Others say these are not important. How important do you think each of the following is to feel Georgian?

Values:
  • Not important at all
  • Not very important
  • Fairly important
  • Very important
  • DK/RA

TRGEANCE: Important thing for being truly Georgian - to have Georgian ancestry

Question text: Some people say that the following things are important for being truly Georgian. Others say these are not important. How important do you think each of the following is to have Georgian ancestry?

Values:
  • Not important at all
  • Not very important
  • Fairly important
  • Very important
  • DK/RA

GERUAVO: Agree or disagree that the 2008 Russia-Georgia war could have been avoided

Question text: Do you agree or disagree with the opinion that the 2008 war between Russia and Georgia could have been avoided?

Note: Frequencies are calculated without 'Have not heard about this war' option

Values:
  • Yes, could have been avoided
  • No, could not have been avoided
  • DK
  • RA

WARSTRT: Which side started the war in August, 2008

Question text: In your opinion, which side started the war in August, 2008?

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who were aware of war in 2008
Option Abkhazia was groped to Other

Values:
  • Russia
  • Georgia
  • South Ossetia
  • United States
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

RESABKH: Have you heard about conflict in Abkhazia?

Question text: Have you heard about conflict in Abkhazia?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

ABKGNOA: Would you accept or not accept - Have Abkhazia as a formal part of Georgia, without autonomy

Question text: Various ideas have been proposed for settling of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. As I mention each idea, please tell me whether you would definitely favor it, might accept it under certain circumstances, or would never accept it. - Have Abkhazia as a formal part of Georgia, without autonomy

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who have heard about conflict in Abkhazia

Values:
  • Never accept
  • Accept under certain circumstances
  • Definitely favor
  • Indifferent
  • DK/RA

ABKGHIA: Would you accept or not accept - Have Abkhazia with a high degree of autonomy within Georgia

Question text: Various ideas have been proposed for settling of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. As I mention each idea, please tell me whether you would definitely favor it, might accept it under certain circumstances, or would never accept it. - Have Abkhazia with a high degree of autonomy within Georgia.

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who have heard about conflict in Abkhazia

Values:
  • Never accept
  • Accept under certain circumstances
  • Definitely favor
  • Indifferent
  • DK/RA

ABKGCONF: Would you accept or not accept - Establish a confederation state between Georgia and Abkhazia

Question text: Various ideas have been proposed for settling of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. As I mention each idea, please tell me whether you would definitely favor it, might accept it under certain circumstances, or would never accept it. - Establish a confederation state between Georgia and Abkhazia

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who have heard about conflict in Abkhazia

Values:
  • Never accept
  • Accept under certain circumstances
  • Definitely favor
  • Indifferent
  • DK
  • RA

ABKGIND: Would you accept or not accept - Have Abkhazia as an independent country

Question text: Various ideas have been proposed for settling of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. As I mention each idea, please tell me whether you would definitely favor it, might accept it under certain circumstances, or would never accept it. - Have Abkhazia as an independent country

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who have heard about conflict in Abkhazia

Values:
  • Never accept
  • Accept under certain circumstances
  • Definitely favor
  • Indifferent
  • DK
  • RA

ABKGRUS: Would you accept or not accept - Have Abkhazia as a formal part of Russia

Question text: Various ideas have been proposed for settling of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. As I mention each idea, please tell me whether you would definitely favor it, might accept it under certain circumstances, or would never accept it. - Have Abkhazia as a formal part of Russia

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who have heard about conflict in Abkhazia

Values:
  • Never accept
  • Accept under certain circumstances
  • Definitely favor
  • Indifferent
  • DK
  • RA

RESRSOC: Have you heard about conflict in South Ossetia?

Question text: Have you heard about conflict in South Ossetia?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

SOGNOA: Would you accept or not accept - Have South Ossetia as a formal part of Georgia, without autonomy

Question text: Various ideas have been proposed for settling of the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict. As I mention each idea, please tell me whether you would definitely favor it, might accept it under certain circumstances, or would never accept it. - Have South Ossetia as a formal part of Georgia, without autonomy

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who have heard about conflict in South Ossetia

Values:
  • Never accept
  • Accept under certain circumstances
  • Definitely favor
  • Indifferent
  • DK/RA

SOGHIA: Would you accept or not accept - Have South Ossetia with a high degree of autonomy within Georgia

Question text: Various ideas have been proposed for settling of the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict. As I mention each idea, please tell me whether you would definitely favor it, might accept it under certain circumstances, or would never accept it. - Have South Ossetia with a high degree of autonomy within Georgia

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who have heard about conflict in South Ossetia

Values:
  • Never accept
  • Accept under certain circumstances
  • Definitely favor
  • Indifferent
  • DK/RA

SOGCONF: Would you accept or not accept - Establish a confederation state between Georgia and South Ossetia

Question text: Various ideas have been proposed for settling of the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict. As I mention each idea, please tell me whether you would definitely favor it, might accept it under certain circumstances, or would never accept it. - Establish a confederation state between Georgia and South Ossetia

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who have heard about conflict in South Ossetia

Values:
  • Never accept
  • Accept under certain circumstances
  • Definitely favor
  • Indifferent
  • DK
  • RA

SOGIND: Would you accept or not accept - Have South Ossetia as an independent country

Question text: Various ideas have been proposed for settling of the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict. As I mention each idea, please tell me whether you would definitely favor it, might accept it under certain circumstances, or would never accept it. -Have South Ossetia as an independent country

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who have heard about conflict in South Ossetia

Values:
  • Never accept
  • Accept under certain circumstances
  • Definitely favor
  • Indifferent
  • DK/RA

SOGRUS: Would you accept or not accept - Have South Ossetia as a formal part of Russia

Question text: Various ideas have been proposed for settling of the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict. As I mention each idea, please tell me whether you would definitely favor it, might accept it under certain circumstances, or would never accept it. - Have South Ossetia as a formal part of Russia

Note: The question was asked only to those respondents who have heard about conflict in South Ossetia

Values:
  • Never accept
  • Accept under certain circumstances
  • Definitely favor
  • Indifferent
  • DK
  • RA

HAVEJOB: Do you have a job?

Question text: Do you have a job?

Note: The variable is generated from EMPLSIT variable, present in the original dataset

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

UNEMYRS: Years of unemployment

Question text: From which year have you not had a job?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were unemployed
The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Never had a job
  • Less than 5 years
  • 6-10
  • 11-15
  • 16-20
  • Longer than 20 years
  • DK
  • RA

INTSTJOB: Interested in a job

Question text: Are you currently interested in a job, or not?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were unemployed

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

LOOKJOB: Looking for a job during the past 4 weeks

Question text: Have you been looking for a job during the past four weeks, or not?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were unemployed

Values:
  • Yes
  • No

JOBSTART: Able to start working within the next 14 days

Question text: If a suitable job were available, would you be able to start working within the next 14 days?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were unemployed

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

WORKTYP: Status and type of primary workplace

Question text: Speaking about your primary place of employment only, which of the following best describes your status and the type of workplace?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were employed
Options Employee in a foreign or international organization, company, enterprise, or joint venture and Employee in a local or international non-governmental or non-profit organization were grouped as Employee in a foreign organization / company.

Values:
  • Employee in a medium-sized or big local private organization, company, or enterprise
  • Employee in a state organization, company, or enterprise
  • Run my own business / Self-employed without employees, including working on a land plot
  • Employee in a small local[1] family business / household production
  • Employee in a foreign organization / company
  • Run my own business / Self-employed with employees, including working on a land plot
  • other
  • RA

WORKYRS: Years of employment

Question text: From which year have you been working at this workplace?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were employed
The question was changed from open-ended and recoded.

Values:
  • less than 1 year
  • 1-5
  • 6-10
  • 11+
  • DK/RA

WORKSEC: Sector of working

Question text: Which of the following best describes the sector in which you work?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were employed

Values:
  • Education
  • Agriculture, hunting, and forestry
  • Wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods
  • Government, public administration and defense
  • Construction
  • Transport, storage, communication
  • Hotels, restaurants, or cafes
  • Healthcare and social work
  • Manufacturing
  • Financial intermediation / Banking
  • Electricity, gas, or water supply
  • Civil society / NGOs
  • Mining and quarrying
  • Real estate, property- and pent-related activities
  • Mass media
  • Fishing
  • Other
  • RA

JOBSARFN: Overall, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with your job?

Question text: Using this CARD, please tell me, overall, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with your job?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were employed

Values:
  • Very dissatisfied
  • Somewhat dissatisfied
  • Average satisfaction
  • Somewhat satisfied
  • Very satisfied
  • DK

ILOLFC1: In the last week, did you help without being paid in business run by your household?

Question text: In the last week, did you help without being paid in any kind of business run by your household, even if it was only for one hour?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

ILOLFC2:

Question text: In the last week, did you work for a wage, salary, commission or any payment in kind, including doing paid domestic work, even if it was for only for one hour? Examples: a regular job, contract, casual or piece work for pay, work in exchange for food or housing, paid domestic work.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

PERSINC: Personal income last month

Question text: Speaking about your personal monetary income last month, after all taxes are paid, to which of the following groups do you belong? Please think of all sources of income that you had last month.

Note: Options: USD 401 - 800, USD 801 - 1200 and More than USD 1200 were grouped to More than USD 400

Values:
  • Up to USD 50
  • USD 51– 100
  • USD 101 – 250
  • USD 251 – 400
  • More than USD 400
  • No personal income
  • DK
  • RA

GETJOBF: The most important factor for getting a good job

Question text: Which of the following factors do you consider most important for getting a good job in Georgia?

Note: Option Appearance was grouped to Other

Values:
  • Education
  • Connections
  • Professional abilities, work experience
  • Hard work
  • Talent
  • Luck
  • Doing favors for the ‘right’ people
  • Age
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

NEWHHJOB: Anyone in the HH started a new job in the last 12 months?

Question text: Has anybody in your household started a new job during the last 12 months?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

JOBLOST: Anyone in the HH lost job in the last 12 month?

Question text: Has anybody in your household lost his/her job during the last 12 months?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

FEELDEBR: How do you feel about Georgian government's initiative to annullate loans of certain part of the citizens?

Question text: In December 2018, Georgian government introduced an initiative according to which certain part of the citizens had their loans annulled. How do you feel about this program? You feel…

Values:
  • Very negatively
  • Negatively
  • Positively
  • Very positively
  • Have not heard of the program
  • DK
  • RA

BENFDEBY: Benefit from debt - You

Question text: Using this CARD, please tell me whether anyone from your immediate family members or acquaintances benefit from the debt relief program - You

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were aware of the debt relief program

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • No one
  • DK/RA

BENFDEBF: Benefit from debt - Your family member

Question text: Using this CARD, please tell me whether anyone from your immediate family members or acquaintances benefit from the debt relief program - Your immediate family member

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were aware of the debt relief program

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • No one
  • DK/RA

BENFDEBA: Benefit from debt - Your acquintances

Question text: Using this CARD, please tell me whether anyone from your immediate family members or acquaintances benefit from the debt relief program - Someone whom I know well but is not a family member

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were aware of the debt relief program

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • No one
  • DK/RA

ETHNIC: Respondent's ethnicity

Question text: There are a number of ethnic groups living in Georgia. Which ethnic group do you consider yourself a part of?

Note: Options: Other Caucasian, Russian, Yezid or Kurd were grouped to Other.

Values:
  • Georgian
  • Azerbaijani
  • Armenian
  • Other ethnicity
  • DK

RESPEDU: Highest level of education you have achieved

Question text: What is the highest level of education you have achieved to date?

Note: Options No primary education, Primary education, Incomplete secondary education, Secondary education were grouped to Secondary or lower, Incomplete higher education, Completed higher education and Post-graduate degree were grouped to Higher than secondary

Values:
  • Secondary or lower
  • Secondary technical
  • Higher than secondary
  • DK

RFAEDUC: Highest level of education your father has achieved

Question text: What is the highest level of education your father has achieved?

Note: Options No primary education, Primary education, Incomplete secondary education, Secondary education were grouped to Secondary or lower, Incomplete higher education, Completed higher education and Post-graduate degree were grouped to Higher than secondary

Values:
  • Secondary or lower
  • Secondary technical
  • Higher than secondary
  • DK/RA

RMOEDUC: Highest level of education your mother has achieved

Question text: What is the highest level of education your mother has achieved?

Note: Options No primary education, Primary education, Incomplete secondary education, Secondary education were grouped to Secondary or lower, Incomplete higher education, Completed higher education and Post-graduate degree were grouped to Higher than secondary

Values:
  • Secondary or lower
  • Secondary technical
  • Higher than secondary
  • DK/RA

FLMANDSC: Any foreign language mandatory at schools?

Question text: Which foreign language, if any, do you think should be mandatory in secondary schools of Georgia?

Values:
  • No foreign language should be mandatory
  • English
  • Russian
  • Other foreign language
  • DK/RA

KNOWRUS: Knowledge of Russian

Question text: Please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in Russian

Values:
  • No basic knowledge
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • DK

KNOWENG: Knowledge of English

Question text: Please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in English

Values:
  • No basic knowledge
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • DK

KNOWOTH: Knowledge of other foreign language

Question text: Please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in Other foreign language, except English and Russian

Values:
  • No basic knowledge
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • DK/RA

COMPABL: Knowledge of computer

Question text: Please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in Computer (Microsoft Office programs, excluding games)

Values:
  • No basic knowledge
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAAP: Second language used in everyday life - Abkhaz

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Abkhaz

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAAR: Second language used in everyday life - Arab

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Arab

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAHY: Second language used in everyday life - Armenian

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Armenian

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAAS: Second language used in everyday life - Assyrian

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Assyrian

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAAZ: Second language used in everyday life - Azerbaijani

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Azerbaijani

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAAV: Second language used in everyday life - Avar

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Avar

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLANGKA: Second language used in everyday life - Georgian

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Georgian

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLANHE: Second language used in everyday life - Greek

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Greek

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAEN: Second language used in everyday life - English

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - English

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAZA: Second language used in everyday life - Kurdish languages (Zazaki, Kurmanji, etc.)

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Kurdish languages (Zazaki, Kurmanji, etc.)

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAMR: Second language used in everyday life - Mingrelian (and Laz)

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Mingrelian (and Laz)

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAOS: Second language used in everyday life - Ossetian

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Ossetian

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLARU: Second language used in everyday life - Russian

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Russian

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLASV: Second language used in everyday life - Svan

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Svan

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLATR: Second language used in everyday life - Turkish

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Turkish

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

SECNDLAOT: Second language used in everyday life - Other

Question text: What other languages other than /interview language/ do you use in your everyday life, such as to talk with your family members, friends and neighbors, or to do business? - Other

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • No other language
  • DK/RA

FRQINTR: Frequency of Internet usage

Question text: How often do you use the Internet?

Values:
  • Every day
  • At least once a week
  • At least once a month
  • Less often
  • Never
  • I don't know what the Internet is
  • DK/RA

INTACEM: Most frequent internet activities - Receive / send emails

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Receive / send emails

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTASKY: Most frequent internet activities - Use Skype for instant messaging and for calls

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Use Skype for instant messaging and for calls

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTACFB: Most frequent internet activities - Use Facebook

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Use Facebook

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTACSN: Most frequent internet activities - Use social networking site(s) other than Facebook (e.g. Odnoklassniki, MySpace, Google+, etc.)

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Use social networking site(s) other than Facebook (e.g. Odnoklassniki, MySpace, Google+, etc.)

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTACFD: Most frequent internet activities - Engage in forum discussions

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Engage in forum discussions

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTACBL: Most frequent internet activities - Write a blog / read other's blogs

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Write a blog / read other's blogs

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTACIN: Most frequent internet activities - Search for information (Google, Wiki, etc.)

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Search for information (Google, Wiki, etc.)

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTACSH: Most frequent internet activities - Shop

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Shop

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTACNW: Most frequent internet activities - Read, listen to or watch the news, including watching online TV, apart from news on social networking sites

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Read, listen to or watch the news, including watching online TV, apart from news on social networking sites

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTACEN: Most frequent internet activities - Download / Listen to / Watch music/videos/movies

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Download / Listen to / Watch music/videos/movies

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTAGAME: Most frequent internet activities - Play online games, except gambling

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Play online games, except gambling

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTABET: Most frequent internet activities - Gamble, bet

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Gamble, bet

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTACDW: Most frequent internet activities - Visit dating websites

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Visit dating websites

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

INTACOT: Most frequent internet activities - Other

Question text: Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet? Please name three most frequent activities - Other

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who use the internet

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

RELGION: Which religion or denomination, if any, do you consider yourself belong to?

Question text: Which religion or denomination, if any, do you consider yourself belong to?

Note: Answer options Roman Catholic Church, Protestant Church, Other Christian Church or group were grouped to Other, Sunni Islam, Shia Islam and Other Islamic branches were grouped to Islam

Values:
  • Orthodox Church
  • Islam
  • Armenian Apostolic Church
  • Other
  • None
  • DK/RA

RELSERV: Frequency of attendance of religious services

Question text: Apart from special occasions such as weddings and funerals, about how often do you attend religious services nowadays?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who consider themselves as the members of any religious denomination
Answer options Every day, More than once a week and Once a week were grouped as Once a week or more often.

Values:
  • Once a week or more often
  • At least once a month
  • Only on special religious holidays
  • Less often
  • Never
  • DK/RA

RELFAST: Frequency of fasting when required by religious tradition

Question text: How often do you fast when it is required by your religion?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who consider themselves as the members of any religious denomination
Frequencies are calculated without option 'Fasting is not required in my religion'

Values:
  • Always fast
  • Often fast
  • Sometimes fast
  • Rarely fast
  • Never fast
  • DK/RA

RELIMP: How important is religion in your daily life?

Question text: How important is religion in your daily life? Please use this CARD

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who consider themselves as the members of any religious denomination

Values:
  • Not at all important
  • Not very important
  • Rather important
  • Very important
  • DK/RA

EMIGRAT: Interested in permanent emigration?

Question text: If you had a chance, would you leave Georgia forever to live somewhere else?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

MIGSHRT: Interested in temporary emigration?

Question text: If you had a chance, would you leave Georgia for a certain period of time to live somewhere else?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK

LIVEREG: Are you registered in a place where you live now?

Question text: Are you registered in a place where you live now?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

RESPMAR: Respondent's marital status

Question text: What is your current marital status?

Values:
  • Never married
  • Married: official state marriage only no religious ceremony
  • Married: religious ceremony only not registered with state
  • Married: both state marriage and religious ceremony
  • Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage
  • Divorced
  • Separated
  • Widow/Widower
  • RA

ECONSTN: HH economic situation

Question text: Which of the following statements best describes the current economic situation of your household?

Values:
  • Money is not enough for food
  • Money is enough for food only, but not for clothes
  • Money is enough for food and clothes, but not enough for expensive durables like a refrigerator or washing machine
  • We can afford to buy some expensive durables like a refrigerator or washing machine
  • We can afford to buy anything we need
  • DK/RA

OWNCOTV: HH owns - Color television

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Color television

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • RA

OWNDIGC: HH owns - Digital photo camera

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Digital photo camera

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

OWNWASH: HH owns - Automatic washing machine

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Automatic washing machine

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

OWNFRDG: HH owns - Refrigerator

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Refrigerator

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • RA

OWNAIRC: HH owns - Air conditioner

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Air conditioner

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • RA

OWNCARS: HH owns - Car

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Car

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

OWNLNDP: HH owns - Land line phone

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Land line phone

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • RA

OWNCELL: HH owns - Cell phone

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Cell phone

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • RA

OWNPCELL: Do you personally own a cell phone?

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Do you personally own a cell phone, which is not of any other household members?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

CELLINTH: Does any of your household members have Internet access from his/her cell phone?

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Does any of your household members have Internet access from his/her cell phone?

Note: This question was asked to those who said they own a cell phone

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

OWNCOMP: HH owns - Personal computer

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Personal computer, including laptop

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

WEBHOMEH: HH has internet access

Question text: Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order - Does any of your household members access the Internet from your home computer or laptop?

Note: The question was asked only to the respondents, who own Personal computer, including laptop

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

NOMONFD: Not enough money to buy food for past 12 months

Question text: Speaking about the past 12 months, how often did it happen that you did not have enough money to buy the food you or your family needed?

Values:
  • Every day
  • Every week
  • Every month
  • Less often
  • Never
  • DK
  • RA

INCSOUCO: Sources of HH income: Money from relatives living in the country

Question text: Many households obtain income from several sources. I will read out several possible sources of income and please, tell me whether your household had monetary income from each of these sources in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household - Money from family members, relatives, or friends living elsewhere in this country.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

INCSOUAB: Sources of HH income: Money from relatives living abroad

Question text: Many households obtain income from several sources. I will read out several possible sources of income and please, tell me whether your household had monetary income from each of these sources in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household - Money from family members, relatives, or friends living in another country.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

INCSOUAG: Sources of HH income: Sales of agricultural products

Question text: Many households obtain income from several sources. I will read out several possible sources of income and please, tell me whether your household had monetary income from each of these sources in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household - Cash sales from agricultural products.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

INCSOUSL: Sources of HH income: Salaries

Question text: Many households obtain income from several sources. I will read out several possible sources of income and please, tell me whether your household had monetary income from each of these sources in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household - Aggregated earned income (salary) of all household members, except sales of agricultural products.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

INCSOUGO: Sources of HH income: Pensions and government benefits

Question text: Many households obtain income from several sources. I will read out several possible sources of income and please, tell me whether your household had monetary income from each of these sources in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household - Pensions and government benefits.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

INCSOURE: Sources of HH income: Rent collected

Question text: Many households obtain income from several sources. I will read out several possible sources of income and please, tell me whether your household had monetary income from each of these sources in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household - Income from renting of property, vehicles, or appliances.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

INCSOUPR: Sources of HH income: Sold property

Question text: Many households obtain income from several sources. I will read out several possible sources of income and please, tell me whether your household had monetary income from each of these sources in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household - Income from sale of property, vehicles, or appliances.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

INCSOUIN: Sources of HH income: Interest/Investment returns

Question text: Many households obtain income from several sources. I will read out several possible sources of income and please, tell me whether your household had monetary income from each of these sources in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household - Interest or earnings on deposits or securities.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

INCSOUOT: Sources of HH income: Other source

Question text: Many households obtain income from several sources. I will read out several possible sources of income and please, tell me whether your household had monetary income from each of these sources in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household - Other sources of income.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

MONYTOT: HH monetary income last month

Question text: Household income is a sum of monetary income of all household members. Speaking about monetary income of all your household members last month, to which of the following groups does your household belong?

Note: Options USD 1200-2000 and more than 2000 were grouped with USD 1200 and more

Values:
  • More than USD 1200
  • USD 801 – 1200
  • USD 401 – 800
  • USD 251 – 400
  • USD 101 – 250
  • USD 51– 100
  • Up to USD 50
  • None
  • DK
  • RA

SPENDMO: HH spending last month

Question text: Please tell me your household's spending last month?

Note: Options USD 1200-2000 and more than 2000 were grouped with USD 1200 and more

Values:
  • More than USD 1200
  • USD 801 – 1200
  • USD 401 – 800
  • USD 251 – 400
  • USD 101 – 250
  • USD 51– 100
  • Up to USD 50
  • None
  • DK
  • RA

SAVINGS: Does your household currently have any savings?

Question text: Does your household currently have any savings?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

DEBTSHH: Does your household currently have any debts?

Question text: Does your household currently have any debts?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

FOODDBT: Frequency of borrowing money for food

Question text: In the past 6 months, how often has your household borrowed any money to buy food? By ‘borrowing', we do not mean a bank loan. However, we do mean, for instance, a credit in a local shop.

Values:
  • Each week
  • Each month
  • Every other month
  • Less frequently
  • Never
  • DK
  • RA

UTILDBT: Frequency of borrowing money for utilities

Question text: In the past 6 months, how often has your household borrowed any money to pay for utilities?

Values:
  • Each week
  • Each month
  • Every other month
  • Less frequently
  • Never
  • DK
  • RA

CURRUNG: Current perceived economic rung

Question text: Let's imagine there is a 10-step ladder reflecting the economic standing of all households in Georgia today. The first rung of this ladder corresponds to the lowest possible economic position in society, while the 10th rung corresponds to the highest possible position. On which rung of this ladder do you think your household currently stands?

Note: The question was recoded from 10-point scale into 5-point scale

Values:
  • Lowest
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Highest
  • DK/RA

FUTRUNG: Perceived economic rung in 5 years

Question text: On which rung of this ladder do you think your household will be standing 5 years from now?

Note: The question was recoded from 10-point scale into 5-point scale

Values:
  • Lowest
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Highest
  • DK/RA

RELCOND: Perceived relative economic condition

Question text: Relative to most of the households around you, would you describe the current economic condition of your household as …

Values:
  • Very poor
  • Poor
  • Fair
  • Good
  • Very good
  • DK/RA

MININCR: Minimal monthly income for normal life

Question text: What minimal monthly income would enable your household live a normal life?

Note: Options USD 51– 100 and Up to USD 50 were grouped with USD 250 or less

Values:
  • USD 250 or less
  • USD 251 – 400
  • USD 401 – 800
  • USD 801 – 1200
  • More than USD 1200
  • DK
  • RA

LISTENO: Did anybody else listen the interview?

Question text: Was anybody but you and the respondent him/herself able to listen to the respondent's answers during the interview?

Values:
  • Yes, during the entire interview
  • Yes, most of the time
  • Yes, for less than half of the interview, except the sections about the household (Parts 5 and/or 6)
  • Yes, for only a few questions, except questions from the sections about the household (Parts 5 and/or 6)
  • Yes, only while the respondent was answering questions from the sections about the household (Parts 5 and/or 6)
  • No

FRQDIST: Frequency of respondent being distracted

Question text: How often was the respondent distracted during the interview – e.g. had to receive or make a phone call, talk to a household member or a neighbor, etc.?

Values:
  • Never
  • Just for a few questions (fewer than ten)
  • For some questions, but not that many (approximately between 10 and 20 questions)
  • For a substantial number of questions, but less than half the interview
  • Throughout most of the interview, or through the entire interview

FRQUNDST: How often did you feel that the respondent did not understand the questions?

Question text: How often did you feel that the respondent did not understand the questions you asked?

Values:
  • Never
  • Just for a few questions (fewer than ten)
  • For some questions, but not that many (approximately between 10 and 20 questions)
  • For a substantial number of questions, but less than half the interview
  • Throughout most of the interview, or through the entire interview

FRQSHCD: How often did you feel the respondent was reluctant to use the SHOW CARDS?

Question text: How often did you feel the respondent was reluctant to use the SHOW CARDS (read them carefully him/herself)?

Values:
  • Never, the respondent was always reading the Show Cards
  • Just for a few show cards (less than ten)
  • For some show cards, but not that many (approximately 25% of the show cards)
  • For a substantial number of show cards, but less than half them
  • For more than half / for all show cards

RESPINL: Respondent's level of intelligence

Question text: On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the respondent's level of intelligence?

Values:
  • Not at all intelligent
  • Not very intelligent
  • Average
  • Intelligent
  • Very intelligent

RESPSINC: Level of sincerity of the respondent

Question text: How would you evaluate sincerity of respondent's answers?

Note: The question was recoded from 11-point scale to 5-point scale

Values:
  • Not at all sincere
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Completely sincere

RESPTIR: How tired was respondent at the end of the interview?

Question text: In your opinion, how tired was the respondent in the end of the interview?

Note: The question was recoded from 11-point scale to 5-point scale

Values:
  • Very tired
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Not tired at all

INTNUM: Number of people present during the interview

Question text: Number of people present at the interview

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded. Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option.

Values:
  • Two
  • Three
  • Four
  • Five
  • Six or more

INTLANG: Interview language

Question text: Interview language

Values:
  • Armenian
  • Azerbaijani
  • Georgian

HHSIZE: Total number of adults per household

Question text: Total number of adults per household

Values:
  • One
  • Two
  • Three
  • Four
  • Five
  • Six or more

HHASIZE: Total number of adults per household

Question text: Total number of adults per household

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded. Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option.

Values:
  • One
  • Two
  • Three
  • Four
  • Five
  • Six or more

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