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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.

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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.

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Since February 1997 CVVM has been examined what people think about the economic standard of our country compared to nine other European countries.

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According to the December survey of CVVM, 37% of people evaluate the current economic situation in the Czech Republic as good, 34% view it as neither good nor bad, and 27% consider it to be bad. 51% of Czechs evaluate the living standard of their household as good, 14% consider it to be bad, and 35% characterize it as neither good, nor bad.

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NS_1611

According to November 2016 survey of the Public Opinion Research Centre 13% of citizens regard taxation on high-income earners as high, 27% say it is adequate and 50% think it is low.

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The November 2016 survey of the Public Opinion Research Centre included issues related to social policy. It surveyed citizens' views on that how much the individual areas of social policy are secured.

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November research focused on priorities in funding of some individual areas of social policy from the state budget. Respondents should sort ten selected areas of social policy from the most important area to the least important area for them.

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In November, the Public Opinion Research Center of the Academy of Sciences interviewed citizens of the Czech Republic on topic of financial security in pension. Questions were focused not only on subjective concerns over lack of economic resources or trust in welfare state but also on actual preparations, namely investments and savings. The results suggest that the economic prosperity of the country in last few months reflected itself into optimism of the Czech population regarding to awaited retirement. Still, there is an alarmingly small number of people with bad living conditions who cannot save up for their future.

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In November 2016 CVVM included in regular research questions on retirement system in The Czech Republic. Questions focused mainly on the current condition of retirement system and its possible changes. Next respondents expressed level of their support of concrete measures and actions. Last part was interested in ways of financing the pensions.

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NS_1611

In its November survey the Center for Public Opinion Research focused on some issues related to the pension system and pension reform. Within this thematic block respondents were presented three pairs of opposing statements expressing general attitudes to the different characteristics of the pension system. Respondents expressed their position through a five-point scale, where point 1 meant identification with the first of a pair of opposing statements and point 5, on the contrary, featured complete shift to the second statement. Individual claims were related to contradiction between principle of solidarity and merit in the pension system, whether financial security of retired people should be ensured by state or by the citizens themselves and whether the pension system in its current form is just or unjust.

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