In November 2021, respondents had to assess security threats related to selected groups in the Czech Republic and they were also expressing views on threats by war, epidemics, natural disasters, economic crisis or resource crisis. These two questions were amended with an open question trying to find out, which countries represent a security threat for the Czech Republic. The survey also focused on expectations concerning the future of the personal life of citizens, the future of the Czech society and the future of the whole humankind.
The survey of May touched briefly the issue of drugs in the Czech Republic. People were asked whether and how much they perceive the current situation regarding drug use to be a problem in the Czech Republic as a country, and specifically in their place of residence.
In May 2019 Public Opinion Research Centre included a block of questions connected to consumption of addictive narcotics and drugs. Respondents evaluated moral acceptability of consumption of tobacco, alcohol, pain pills, sleeping pills or tranquilizers, hemp drugs and drugs such as ecstasy, heroin and pervitin.
In its May survey, the Public Opinion Research Centre examined attitudes of Czech citizens towards the death penalty. 50% of respondents hold the view the death penalty should exist in the Czech Republic, 41% oppose it. Since 1992, when it was 76%, support of the existence of the death penalty decreased on two thirds, while opposition to the death penalty (13% in 1992) more than trippled.