Annual Survey 2022: Georgia
November 30, 2022

Annual Survey 2022: Georgia

This ‘Annual Survey 2022 – Georgia. Perception of the European Union’ was carried out by the EU regional Communication Programme for the Eastern Neighbourhood (EU NEIGHBOURS east). The survey was conducted in June-July 2022, with face-to-face interviews.

An overwhelming majority of Georgians trust the EU, have a positive image of it, and are aware of EU financial support to Georgia – with all indicators at their highest level this year since the surveys began in 2016. Sixty-five per cent of Georgians have a positive view of the EU this year (up 13 points on 2016, and compared to just 3% of negative views), 84% feel the EU and Georgia have good relations, 83% trust the EU (the highest of all the EaP countries), and 76% are aware of the EU’s financial support.



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