Citizens on Economic Situation of the Czech Republic and Living Standard of Their Households - July 2021

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According to the July 2021 survey of CVVM, 21% of people evaluate the current economic situation in the Czech Republic as good, 40% view it as neither good nor bad, and 38% consider it to be bad.

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Citizens on Economic Situation of Their Households – June 2021

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The Public Opinion Research Centre in its June survey examined how Czech citizens perceive the financial situation of their households. They evaluated whether it is difficult to make ends meet with their earnings, but also talked about attitudinal feeling of poverty.

10% of citizens indicated their household to be rich, whilst 20% considered it to be poor. 70% of respondents regard their household as neither rich nor poor. Problems with current budget of their household were stated by 40% of respondents, on the other hand 58% said they have no problems with budget of the household.

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Evaluation of Some Social Conditions - June 2021

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In June 2021 Public Opinion Research Centre's survey investigated views of Czech citizens on some social conditions.

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Citizens on Economic Situation of the Czech Republic and Living Standard of Their Households - June 2021

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According to the June 2021 survey of CVVM, 17% of people evaluate the current economic situation in the Czech Republic as good, 39% view it as neither good nor bad, and 41% consider it to be bad.

15% of citizens think that the economic situation will improve in this year, 26% expect no change, and 53% await worsening of economic situation.

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Citizens on Material Living Conditions of Their Households - June 2021

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In the June 2021 survey the Public Opinion Research Centre examined two questions related to evaluation of material living conditions of respondent's households, and to expectation of development of these conditions in this year.

A half (51%) of Czechs evaluates material living conditions of their households as good, 39% think they are neither good, nor bad and 10% consider them to be bad.

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COVID 19 and the Financial Situation of Households and the Impact on Employment - Our Society - special - February 2021

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Two-thirds of respondents (67%) said their household incomes remained the same during the COVID-19 pandemic, with more than a quarter (28%) saying they had fallen, of which 8% significantly. In 5% of households, income increased. The resulting findings are practically the same during a pandemic.

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Citizens on Economic Situation of the Czech Republic and Living Standard of Their Households - September 2020

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According to the September 2020 survey of CVVM, 21% of people evaluate the current economic situation in the Czech Republic as good, 42% view it as neither good nor bad, and 31% consider it to be bad.

56% of Czechs evaluate the living standard of their household as good, 12% consider it to be bad, and 32% characterize it as neither good, nor bad.

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Citizens on the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic on their jobs - July 2020

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In the July survey, the Public opinion Research Centre asked all respondents a series of questions concerning changes in their employment or business in comparison with the period until the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic.

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Attitudes of Czech Public to Their Jobs – July 2020

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July survey of CVVM asked questions regarding the relationship of workers to their jobs. On the one hand, the survey focused on the topics such as job satisfaction, perception of workplace climate and subjective evaluation of adequacy of earnings. On the other hand, the aim was also to determine the proportion of workers considering the possibility of changing their job and what they think about the probability of job loss.

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Willingness to Take Up Employment - July 2020

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In July survey CVVM investigated whether the respondents in case of their unemployment would accept a job requiring certain concessions, such as overtime work, nightwork, work on weekends or higher work rate.

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