This ‘Annual Survey 2023 – 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 February 2023, with face-to-face interviews.
An overwhelming majority of Georgians (84%) feel their country has good relations with the European Union, nine points more than in 2016, when the surveys began. Awareness of the EU’s financial support for Georgia has also risen dramatically, standing at 82% this year compared to just 60% in 2016.
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