Charts and Graphs: Nations in Transit Findings

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Nations in Transit Democracy Scores 2005-2014   |   Detailed Ratings by Country   |
Biggest Gains and Declines   |   Regional Breakdown: Regime Type and Population  |
Regional Scores 


Nations in Transit Democracy Scores 2005-2014

Countries are rated on seven different indicators using a scale of 1 to 7, with 1 representing the highest and 7 the lowest level of democratic progress. The average of these ratings is each country’s Democracy Score.

 


Detailed Ratings by Country for NIT 2014

Countries are rated on seven different indicators using a scale of 1 to 7, with 1 representing the highest and 7 the lowest level of democratic progress. The average of these ratings is each country’s Democracy Score.

 


Biggest Gains and Declines

The chart below shows the difference between Democracy Scores in NIT editions 2005 and 2014.

 

 


Regional Breakdown: Regime Type and Population

The pie charts show the percentage of population living under Consolidated Democracies (CD), Semi-Consolidated Democracies (SCD), Transitional / Hybrid Regimes (T/H), Semi-Consolidated Authoritarian Regimes (SCA), and Consolidated Authoritarian Regimes (CA).

NIT 2005: Balkans

 

NIT 2014: Balkans

NIT 2005: EU Members

 

NIT 2014: EU Members

NIT 2005: Eurasia

 

NIT 2014: Eurasia

 


Regional Scores: Nations in Transit

The graphs show how the average score changed in each region and category, with the 2005 scores serving as a base.

Change in average democracy score:

Change in average civil society score:

 

Change in average independent media score:

Change in average judicial framework and independence score:

Change in average corruption score: