Generally, critical views prevailed over positive opinion on the evaluation of the current economic situation. The lowest degree of dissatisfaction was recorded in Hungary (40% - bad economic situation but only 4% good), and the highest in Slovakia (70% bad, 2% good). The opinion of the Polish and the Czech general public could be inserted between the previous two and at the moment is rather similar.
9% of Czech respondents consider the current economic situation in the CR to be good, 53% to be bad and 35% characterise it as neither good nor bad. In Poland 7% think the situation is good, 56% thin it is bad and 31% were neutral in their evaluation. Czechs are positive in their perception of materialistic condition of their households. In the last poll 27% of Czechs identified materialistic conditions of their households as good, 42% as neither good nor bad, and remaining 24% as bad. Compared mainly to Hungary (10% good, 60% neither good nor bad, 30% bad) and Slovakia (16% good, 49% neither good nor bad, 35% bad) the evaluation of materialistic conditions of our households has much more positive results. In Poland (26% good, 45% neither good nor bad, 29% bad) the evaluation of materialistic conditions of households in the latest survey was rather close to the evaluation provided by Czech respondents.