There was an election in Armenia, you may have heard.
The Caucasus Barometer asked people in November 2012 a number of questions, including some feelings about government and voting.
Most Armenians voted in the last election.
And people weren’t sure if it was fair.
And most Armenians said that they’d vote in the presidential election.
What do Armenians think is the biggest problem? Mostly unemployment.
And trust in institutions, where there is low trust in political parties and the court system.
Fairness is an issue, as most Armenians don’t think that their government treats citizens fairly.
And what about protests? Most Armenians think that people should be allowed to protest against the government.