In March, the Public Opinion Research Centre examined how citizens of the Czech Republic look at different situations that may be a reason for resignation of a public official or a politician from his post.
In March 2020 Public Opinion Research Centre included a block of questions connected to decision-making of politicians. Czech public evaluated the level of influence of chosen areas and institutions on decisions of Czech politicians.
In March 2019 Public Opinion Research Centre included a block of questions connected to foreigners. Respondents commented on foreigners who live in the Czech Republic and in their place of residence. Research also included set of questions about general attitudes connected to foreigners such as their impact on Czech culture, unemployment, health risks and economy. Respondents also evaluated whether foreigners are the solution of problem of ageing population in the Czech Republic.
In March 2020 Public Opinion Research Centre focused on social distance among the majority population and different social groups. Social distance was measured by a specific question: people should pick from a list of 15 different groups those, which they would not like to have as neighbours.
In March 2020 CVVM investigated Czech public's views with regard to foreigners who live in the long term or permanently in the Czech Republic. Majority (73 %) claimed that foreigners living in the Czech Republic should become conformed to Czech cultural habits as much as possible, another of informants (24 %) said that foreigners should adapt to czech cultural habits just in some aspects. And 2 % said that foreigners should be allowed to live according to their habits.
In March 2018 the Public Opinion Research Centre examined as a part of its survey the opinions of the Czech public on long-term or permanently residing foreigners in the Czech Republic.
Specifically, there were examined attitudes whether there are too many, appropriate amount, or too few foreigners living in the country, whether foreigners should have the right for the long-term residing in the country and whether the state should allow them to settle here permanently. There were also examined the reasons for the acceptance of immigrants and whether they should adapt to Czech customs.
In the March survey CVVM enquired how strictly according to public should be judged morality of politicians and what criteria should be considered in their deliberations. CVVM also focused on attitudes of Czech citizens to disputes, problems and affairs which appear in our political and public life. In this case, respondents were presented with a list of statements with which they expressed their agreement or disagreement.
In March of this year, respondents of the Public Opinion Research Centre evaluated the urgency of solving in some areas of public life. The most urgent problems are supposed to be corruption, economic crime and health care.
In February 2020, citizens of the Czech Republic evaluated how satisfied they are with the situation in 29 selected areas of public life.
The best evaluated areas are the selection of goods and services (75% satisfied), culture (66%), unemployment (52%). The worst evaluated items are corruption (67% dissatisfied), economic crime (55%), and immigration (47%).