69% of inhabitants assessed the standard of living of their household as being good, whilst 29% assesses it as being bad. Materialistic life conditions of their households are considered to be good by 35% of respondents, neither good nor bad by 45%, and bad by 19%. The perception of the standard of living and materialistic living conditions is improving with increasing income and increasing level of education of the respondent.
Owners of business and enterprises, senior specialists, students and potential ODS supporters belong to the more satisfied groups of society. Groups perceiving their standard of living or materialistic life conditions as worse consist primarily of pensioners, unemployed, divorced or widowed people, KSCM supporters and respondents who do not support any political party. The survey also showed that 90% of people in the CR connect high income and satisfaction with one’s life.