In its research, the Public Opinion Research Center focused on the coronavirus crisis and citizens' experiences with it. In July, more than three quarters (77%) of Czech citizens over the age of 15 were interested in the situation regarding the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
In June within the regular research the Centre for Public Opinion Research focused on the environment. Representatives of the Czech population answered questions on particular environmental phenomena in the sense of their problematic character. As the most serious problems were stated the garbage cumulation (for 65 % “very serious" problem) and the drinking water deprivation (for 62 % "very serious" problem).
In June CVVM survey was focused on environmental issues. Respondents were asked about how satisfied or dissatisfied they are with the state of environment in the Czech Republic and in their place of residence. Next citizens rated the size of their satisfaction with concrete areas of environment in their residence such as cleanness of air, surrounding nature and surface water. Respondents also evaluated traffic density, level of noise and the quality of drinking water.
We also examined whether people are interested about information about the state of the environment and whether they have sufficient information on the state of the environment.
In its research, the Public Opinion Research Center focused on the coronavirus crisis and citizens' experiences with it. In June, more than three quarters (76%) of Czech citizens over the age of 15 were interested in the situation regarding the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
More than seven tenths (71 %) of Czech citiziens over the age 18 agreed in June with the view that Coronavirus has spread because China has kept information about it. Approximately the same share (70 %) of the Czech public also agreed that People who went on holiday to Italy at the turn of February and March, acting recklessly.
In the research, the Public Opinion Research Center focused on the coronavirus crisis and citizens' experiences with it. We asked all respondent about the degree of agreement or disagrement with the adoption of certain health protection measures in case of another possible pandemic similar to the coronavirus.
Most respondents (86%) agreed that body temperature should be measured in public places such as hospitals or offices.
On the contrary, the least respondents (18%) agreed with the publication of names of infected people (79% disagree).