In the June survey the Public Opinion Research Centre of the Institute of Sociology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic posed to all respondents a question: "How satisfied are you with your life? Are you very satisfied, rather satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, rather dissatisfied, very dissatisfied?"
In May 2015 within the regular survey the Public Opinion Research Centre focused on issues that could be perceived as morally controversial. Specifically, representatively selected part of population of the Czech Republic answered questions concerned with the interruption, euthanasia and penalty of death.
In May 2015, CVVM survey posed a question regarding the social acceptance of homosexuality. Other questions examined public opinion on particular rights of gays and lesbians such as the right for registered partnership, the right to get married and the right for children adoption.
In February 2015 Public Opinion Research Centre focused on social distance among the majority population and different social groups. Social distance was measured by a specific question: people should pick from a list of 15 different groups those, which they would not like to have as neighbours.
In February survey CVVM deeply focused on attitudes of Czech public towards foreigners and on their contribution to our country. 70 % of czech citizens believe that foreigners should adapt our habits as much as possible.
In February 2015 CVVM examined attitudes of Czech public towards foreigner long-term or permanently living in the Czech republic. Specifically, there were examined attitudes whether there are too many, appropriate amount, or too few foreigners living in our country, whether foreigners should have the right for the long-term residing in the country and whether the state should allow them to settle here permanently.