In September 2014 CVVM SOÚ AV ČR replicated some of the questions about beer, which constitute a part of research project Pubs and Beer in Czech Society that is under way since 2004. This press release maps basic results of questions aimed at criteria for beer choice among Czech consumers and shows basic typology of consumers according to prevailing criterion of the choice.
In September 2014 CVVM SOÚ AV ČR replicated some of the questions about beer, which constitute a part of research project Pubs and Beer in Czech Society that is under way since 2004. This press release maps basic trends about the share of consumers among Czech citizens and about both amount and frequency of beer consumption from 2004 to 2014. The status of non-alcoholic beer as well as attitudes towards the fact of the highest beer per capita consumption in the Czech Republic are mentioned.
In September 2014 the Public Opinion Research Centre examined views of the Czech public on the creation of special schools in compulsory nine-year basic education and views on whether the children with physical or mental disabilities, children from poor or vice versa from wealthy families, children of foreign nationals, Roma children and gifted children should be educated in mainstream classes.
In September 2014 was as a part of regular CVVM survey a block of questions related to the Czech education. Questions examined the Czech public opinions towards quality of education in different types of school and what school should provided to be considered as a good one.
In September 2014 the Public Opinion research Centre surveyed how Czech citizens evaluate opportunities to get an education appropriate to the individual abilities and what do they think about the issue of tuition fees at universities.
In April within the regular survey the Centre for Public Opinion Research focused on the food waste issue. The aim of the questions was to investigate how citizens handle unconsumed food in their households, why and how often they throw it away and last but not least to uncover the practices of throwing food away in the context of shopping. This press release presents the outputs of respondents’ answers analysis. It doesn’t express how it correlates with their everyday food handling.
In April the Centre for Public Opinion Research questioned citizens about the food waste issue. The questions were concentrated on both their attitude towards the issue as a problem and their understanding of consequences of throwing food away.
In April, the Centre for Public Opinion Research focused on satisfaction with life in the locality in general and selected living conditions close to their home. 76 % of Czechs are satisfied with living conditions in their place of residence. Less than a fifth is not satisfied.
In its December survey the Center for Public Opinion Research included two batteries of questions that investigated the relationship of Czech to Christmas. First, we asked about statements relating to the perception of Christmas and related activities and associations. Then we explored which specific Christmas traditions people keep.
Citizens´ attitudes related to the Czech history were surveyd by Center for Public Opinion Research in October. First, we asked who is regarded as the greatest Czech personality and also which of the selected historical periods is regarded as the greatest one. Similarly, in connection with the 20th century respondents named the three most important events since the end of World War II.
Sociopress in cooperation with CVVM created infographics about the personalities, periods and events of Czech history regarded as the most important by Czechs. You can see it at: