More than two thirds of Czechs (66 %) have a pesimistic attitude to the future. Their worries are not shared by 34 % of people. It was proved by results of last survey made by CVVM in year 2006, where questions investigating public attitude to their personal life or evaluation of future life of the society were included. People are mostly worried about their health and about losing their jobs, but they are also worried about their families or about standard of living.
Their own future and the future of their family or close friends are seen much better than the future of the whole society or mankind. In the first case number of the optimistic people is much higher than number of pesimists, while pesimistic opinion on the future of mankind prevails.
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