Public attitudes to Romany minority and public opinions on chances of Romanies to assert themselves in society were investigated by Centre for Public Opinion Research in May 2007. CVVM also focused on topic such as respondents´ opinions on living together of Romany and non-Romany populations in the Czech Republic as well as at the place they live, if respondents have such an experience. Then respondents had to compare chances of Romany and non-Romany citizens in some areas of public life: getting qualification, access to housing, education, personal security and development of their own culture.
Finally respondents were asked to say how societal majority and Romany minority could contribute to better living together.
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