In June 2016 Public Opinion Research Centre included a block of questions connected to genetically modified food. Specifically, it was investigated whether respondents are familiar with the issue. Respondents commented their interest in genetically modified food. Subsequently, how often respondents monitor data on genetically modifying food or product ingredients on product labels. The last part of the block was a set of statements regarding the safety of eating such food, scientific knowledge of their impact on human health and the buying genetically modified food. The report also offers some comparison of the results of research by the Pew Research Centre in the US.
In June 2016, the Public Opinion Research Centre (CVVM) asked three question related to the disease AIDS. CVVM probed not only the general opinion about the disease as such but also opinion about activities of institutions in regard to the disease and subjective feeling of being threatened by the disease. The results of the inquiry suggest that the Czech society feels less endangered by AIDS than in previous years.
In June 2016, 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.
June survey of CVVM focused on public attitude and public relationships between Czech population and Romany minority. Survey showed that more than three quarters of Czech citizens (78%) see living together of Romany and non-Romany population as bad in Czech Republic generally.
In June 2016 within the regular survey the Public Opinion Research Centre focused on issues that could be perceived as morally controversial. Specifically, respondents answered questions concerned with the abortion, euthanasia and death penalty.
In its May's survey, CVVM examined attitudes of the Czech public to various environmental questions. Within this larger bloc there was a battery of questions concerning the willingness to do something for environment protection. Another question focused on the issue of funding of environment protection.
In May CVVM survey was focused on environmental issues. Respondents were asked about how satisfied or dissatisfied they are with the state of environment in the Czech Republic and in their place of residence.
In May 2016, the Centre for Public Opinion Research asked four questions regarding the environment. The first two questions were concerned with interest of respondents about information connected with the environment. The second two questions probed activities of respondents and households focused on environment, for example waste separation or shopping of organic food.