Economic Standard of the Czech Republic Compared to Other Countries

Since February 1997 we have been regularly surveying what palace people allocate to the economic standard of our country compared to nine other European countries. 1% assesses the Czech economy as being very good, 54% as probably good, 39% as probably bad and 4% as very bad; only 1% could not judge the situation. When all countries were evaluated a table headed by Germany and followed by Austria was drafted.

The third place belongs to Hungary with 55% of positive and 35% of critical evaluations. The Czech Republic achieved an identical number of positive evaluations as Hungary but a higher ratio of critical ones – it therefore ranks behind Hungary. The CR is followed by Slovenia and Poland, and then by Slovakia with a bigger margin between them. Bulgaria, Russia and Romania with 10% of positive evaluations were at the bottom of the table.