According to October 2017 survey of the Public Opinion Research Centre 14% of citizens regard taxation on high-income earners as high, 28% say it is adequate and 46% think it is low.
Taxation on average-income earners is considered to be high by 43% of respondents, adequate by 45% and low by 3% of citizens. Taxation on low-income earners was supposed to be high by 63%, adequate by 24% and low by 3%. 57% of respondents think that tax rate should be higher for high-income earners than for low-income earners.
In January 2017 Public Opinion Research Centre investigated, how Czech citizens evaluate material living conditions of their households and economic situation in the Czech Republic. During January 2017 comparable surveys on this theme were carried out also in Poland and Hungary, and in the end of November 2017 also in Slovakia.
According to the February survey of CVVM, 37% of people evaluate the current economic situation in the Czech Republic as good, 42% view it as neither good nor bad, and 19% consider it to be bad. 52% of Czechs evaluate the living standard of their household as good, 13% consider it to be bad, and 35% characterize it as neither good, nor bad.
A third (33%) of people believe that for the income of their household they can buy or pay less than a year ago, 53% believe that the real income of their households is about the same as a year before, and 11% of respondents said that their real income during the last year has increased.