Public opinion toward the European Union in Georgia

Martin Müller

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Georgia's association with the EU has become closer in recent years through foreign policy instruments including the European Neighborhood Policy, the Eastern Partnership, and the Black Sea Synergy. Against the background of this increasing formal cooperation, public opinion toward the European Union in Georgia is examined on the basis of a nationally representative survey conducted in 2009. Regression modeling is used to relate attitudes toward the EU to explanatory factors including support for continued European integration, expectations of benefits from Europeanization, political beliefs, perceptions of national security and territorial integrity, and attitudes toward Russia.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)64-92
Number of pages29
JournalPost-Soviet Affairs
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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