Public opinion in the Covid-19 period

The summary report is a cross-sectional summary of the results of the surveys conducted and published in 2020 and 2021 in press releases of the Centre for Public Opinion Research of the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences. The text is divided into thematic topics covering views and concerns related to COVID-19 in general, including interest and tracking information, the evolution of expectations about the future course of the pandemic in the Czech Republic, Europe and the world, and the trend in attitudes towards how the state has responded to the pandemic and its impact, attitudes towards vaccination and the public health system (PES), attitudes towards wearing masks and other measures and adherence to them, including respondents' own behaviour and activities, the economic and social impacts of the pandemic and anti-epidemic measures, the impact of the pandemic and associated restrictions on voting, electoral decision-making and turnout.

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  • Rok: 2022
  • Autoři: Ing. Jan Červenka, Mgr. Monika Kyselá