In May 2009 CVVM cocerned on chosen environmental issues. People were more satisfied with state of environment at their place of residence (70 %) than in Czech republic in general (58 %). Respondents were most satisfied with accessability of free nature (84 % "satisfied"), quality of drinking water (78 %) and cleanness of nature (72 %). On the other hand respondents were dissatisfied with impact of density of traffic on the environment (67 % "dissatisfied").
Within May survey CVVM focused on the environment. The survey also investigated how Czech citizens evaluate relevancy of some problems related to global environment. As a most important problemes were marked cumulation of garbage (95 % „very + fairly important problem“), polution of drinking water (95 %), lack of drinking water (90 %) and disappearance of rain forests (89 %). Public opinion is divided on question of nuclear power plants (45 % „very + fairly important problem“ vs.
In May 2009 Public Opinion Research Centre asked questions about environment. People were inquired about their activities in environment protection and their willingness to do something in favour of environment.
Within May survey CVVM focused on the environment people were questioned about their satisfaction with environmental conditions in the Czech Republic as well as at the place they live in general and in some concrete ways.
In May 2008 Centre for Public Opinion Research asked questions about environment. More than a half of population (59 %) is interested in information about the environment and 36 % of people say they have enough this kind of information. The second issue was how to behave environmentally friendly. About two thirds (68 %) of Czechs are interested in information how to behave environmentally friendly and more than a half (55 %) have enough of these information.
In May 2008 Centre for Public Opinion Research investigated how are particular precautions concerning environment protection popular among czech public. 74 % of informants claimed that environmental protection is a task for government and they shouldnt participate financially on it. On the other hand the majority agree that it’s sensible to protect environment even it costs more time or some additional money.
In May 2007 the Centre for Public Opinion Research investigated how are Czechs and their households active in protection of environment. 81% of informants said that they are used to sort waste („always + often“). Approximately half of informants (48 %) makes an effort to save water and energy. On the other hand almost nobody tries to reduce car driving for ecological reasons (11 %).
Within May survey CVVM focused on the environment. The survey also investigated how Czech citizens evaluate gravity of some problems related to global environment. As a most important problemes were marked polution of drinking water (95 % „very + fairly important problem“), cumulation of garbage (94 %), lack of drinking water (91 %) and disappearance of rain forests (89 %). Public opinion is divided on question of genetically modified food (46 % „very + fairly important problem“ vs.
In May 2008 CVVM probed, how do Czech citizens evaluate activity of Czech Republic in area of environment and also how do they view the working of some state institutions and ecological organizations in these questions. Concretely we were interested in opinions of Czechs on activity of Government, Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic, Parliament, Regional Offices, Municipal Offices and Ecological organizations.
In May survey 2008 CVVM focused on evaluation of environmental situation in Czech Republic by our citizens. Battery concerning this topic contained 11 items and respondents had to evaluate, whether in concrete case see the situation as “very good”, “rather good”, “rather bad” or “very bad”. The worst situation is according to obtained answers in charge of environment by road transport, when 91 % of Czechs view this problem as bad.