This press release maps basic results about the preferences of particular beer brands, regional preferences and willingness to try new beer and also about the role of aspects like taste and price in case of choice.
This press release maps basic results about consumption of beer in the Czech Republic from 2004 to 2012, the status of non-alcoholic beer, attitudes towards the fact of the highest beer per capita consumption in the Czech Republic, and expectations of the future of Czech beer and beer brewing industry.
In September 2012, CVVM carried out an opinion poll on how Czech citizens evaluate the quality of education on all school levels. Part of the press release is also comparison of current results with findings from previous surveys. Then Czechs should have evaluated, which from the following characteristics - knowledge, independence, self-confidence, orientation in society, discipline, moral values, ability to work in a team, communication skills, creativity - are best evolved by particular types of schools.
In September 2012, questions about education were included in the regular research "Our Society". One of the questions was focused on the peoples' interest in the state secondary school-leaving examination, attitude to the idea of state guaranteed examination on secondary schools as a general concept and views on the preparation and conduct of this year's state examination.
In April, the Center for Public Opinion Research focused on satisfaction with life in the locality in general and selected living conditions in the vicinity of residence. 72 % of Czechs are satisfied with living conditions in their place of residence. A fifth said neutral variant. Less than a tenth is not satisfied. >> Full text is available in Czech only <<
January survey of CVVM included questions referring to the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Questions concerned trust of people towards this institution, their awareness of its function, their opinion on its usefulness and on quality of the research conducted in the Academy in both national and world-wide context. Question regarding the opinion on financial subvention of the institution from the national budget was part of the survey too. Current data are compared with the data on the same topic collected in the survey in 2009.
In January 2012 CVVM investigated on the public attitudes towards financing Czech science and scientific research. Almost half of citizens think state should increase its expenses on science. >> Full text is available in Czech only <<