In March survey CVVM focused on problems of life together of Czechs. Respondents were given a list which contained 14 different groups of people and they had to say, whether they would not want these people as neighbours. Most Czech citizens do not want to live near by drug addict (89 %), alcoholics (83 %) and persons with criminal pastness (78 %). Then we probed how Czech society is according to obtained opinions tolerant to selected groups of people.
Most Czechs suppose that our society is tolerant particularly to people with different religious persuasion and young people (both 87 %). Press release also includes comparison of actual findings with results from previous surveys.
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