I want to try alternative voting systems and wanted to take Georgia as my mock example as their political elections data is very granular as one can see here. Georgian has a unicameral parliament, currently consisting of 150 members; of these, 77 are proportional representatives and 73 are elected through single-member district plurality system, representing their constituencies.
What is a constituency in the Georgian political system? Is it a district? A precinct? I would guess it is a district.
It is a single-member district plurality system. According to the Wikipedia article for the next parliamentary elections, it uses a modified two-round system, in which candidates must receive over 50% of the valid vote to win in the first round. A second round is held between the top two candidates if there is no winner in the first round.
However, the results for a given precinct on the official data elections website show the results of all parties. Are these the results of the first round only?