Treatment of Citizens in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia
According to the 2010 Caucasus Barometer, people in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia have strong opinions about how their governments treat citizens.
Three-quarters of Armenians (74%) do not believe that the Armenian government treats its citizens fairly (half strongly believe this and half somewhat believe this).
Half of Azerbaijanis and 43 percent of Georgians think that their government doesn’t treat people fairly.
Interestingly, few are completely sure that their governments treat people fairly, 4 percent in Armenia and 9 percent in Azerbaijan and Georgia.
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