In October survey CVVM focused on the subject of Czech citizens' relationship to the Czech republic. All respondents were asked about reasons, why they are proud of Czech citizenship and why they are not proud of it.
In October survey CVVM focused on the subject of Czech citizens' relationship to the Czech republic. 39 % of respondents said that they are proud of czech citizenship. On the contrary 14 % are ashamed of czech citizenship and 42 % czech citizens are niether proud nor ashamed.
In the September survey 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 2013, 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.
Research survey of CVVM focused on public attitudes to foreigners. Majority (62 %) claimed that foreigners living in Czech republic should become conformed to czech cultural habits as much as possible. Another 32 % of informants said that foreigners should adapt to czech cultural habits just in some aspects. And 5 % said that foreigners should be allowed to live according to their habits.
In March 2013 CVVM survey investigated Czech public's views with regard to foreigners who live in the long term or permanently in the Czech Republic. 58 % of Czechs see foreign citizens living in the Czech Republic as a problem, 33 % claim the opposite. On the contrary, when people consider the foreigners living in their neighbourhood, 49 % think foreign citizens are not a problem.