"Determinants and Consequences of Civic Participation."  Tbilisi 2013. The study was conducted with support of the Academic Swiss Caucasus Net (ASCN).

 

Electorate profile”  (2012). Report of the survey on generations and values supported by OSGF, analyzing data by political preferences -  of the supporters of National Movement and Ivanishvili,  and of those who do not have any political preferences. Output: Electorate profile: Report of the Survey. Tbilisi. IPS. (In Georgian and English).


“Georgian  Public opinion Barometer 2009” (2009). Survey of  population on participation, democracy, political actors, governance, public policy and country’s external orientation. Project was supported by OSGF. Output: Sumbadze, N. (2009). Civic Participation: Desired and Achieved. Report on the Survey of population: Barometer 2009. Tbilisi. 2010. IPS. (In Georgian and English).

 

“Georgia Public opinion Barometer 2008. (2008). Survey of  population on democracy, political actors, governance, public policy and country’s external orientation. Project was supported by OSI  Think Tank Fund.  Outputs: Sumbadze N. (2009). Saakashvili in the public eye: What public opinion polls tell us. Central Asian Survey. Vol.28.No.2, 185-197; Sumbadze, N. (2010). Saakashvili in the public eye: What public opinion polls tell us.  In: S. Johnes, ed. War and Revolution in the Caucasus: Georgia Ablaze. Routledge.  (2010). Sumbadze, N. (2009). Values and political preferences of urban and rural population. In: The Center of Society Studies.  Power and Society in Georgia. Tbilisi: Universal. Pp.137-154. (In Georgian). Sumbadze,N. (2009). Georgia Before and After the August War. Report on the survey of population: Barometer 2007 and 2008.

 

“Georgia Public opinion Barometer 2007”.  (2007).  Survey of  population on democracy, political actors, governance, public policy and country’s external orientation. Project was supported by OSI. Outputs: Sumbadze, N. (2007). Barometer 2007. Electorate: Features  and attitudes. Preliminary results of the survey of Georgia’s population, December 1-10, 2007. (In Georgian and English). Georgia Before and After the August war. Report on the Survey of Population: Barometer 2007 and 2008. Tbilisi.2009. Institute for Policy Studies (In Georgian and English).

“Georgia Public opinion Barometer 2006. ”(2006) - survey of  population on democracy, governance, public policy, country’s external orientation and poverty. Project was supported by OSI.  Output: Sumbadze, N. (2006). Georgia Public Opinion Barometer 2006. Tbilisi. IPS. (In English and Georgian).  Barometer 2006: Internal policy and electorate in Georgia. Policy Documentation center.www.pdc.ceu.hu

 

"Elections and Democratic Participation.” (2004). - survey of the population before the Parliamentary Elections of 28 March 2004. The survey, conducted through internal funding, studied the changes in the political moods, priority concerns and expectations of the population 100 days after the change of power in the country, and just before another important event – parliamentary elections. Output: Report

“Public Opinion in Tbilisi: In the Aftermath of the Parliamentary Elections of November 2, 2003”. (2003). The survey, supported by the OSI studied the public opinion after failed November 2003 elections and following it the political events that led to the resignation of president Shevardnadze. Output: Sumbadze, N., & Tarkhan-Mouravi, G. (2003). Public Opinion in Tbilisi in the Aftermath of the Parlia­mentary Elections of November 2, 2003. IPS, Tbilisi, 2003. In Georgian and English. Abridged version: “NISPAcee News” Bratislava, Volume XI, No.1, Winter 2004.pp..1-14.http://www.nispa.sk/files/publications/newsletter/NISPAceeNews_winter2004.pdf 

 

“Regular Panel Survey. 2002-2003”.  (2002-2003). Two subsequent waves of panel surveys of the Georgia’s population focused on the countrywide study of popular attitudes toward key issues of Georgia’s social, economic and political reality and public policies. Funded by OSI.  Output: Sumbadze, N., & Tarkhan-Mouravi, G. (2004). Political Change and Public Opinion in Georgia: 2002-2003. IPS, Tbilisi. In Georgian and English. Sumbadze, N., & Tarkhan-Mouravi, G. (2003) Panel Survey of the Georgia’s Population: October 2002: Brief Outline of Results. IPS, Tbilisi http://pdc.ceu.hu/archive/00001417/01/Panel_June_English.pdf

 

“Democratic Participation and Local Governance.”  2002. The opinion survey, conducted through IPS internal funding, focusing on the motives for voting choices, on  political and democratic culture, political attitudes and preferences, expectations associated with the work of local councils and patterns of the political participation of the population.  Output: Report.