In February 2017, the Public Opinion Research Centre focused on interest of Czech citizens in politics generally, politics of the Czech Republic and European Union and worldwide politics, and also examined views on the involvement of citizens in decision-making processes.
57% of Czechs are interested in domestic politics, 48% are interested in politics generally, 46% are interested in worldwide politics, and 39% are interested in EU politics. People would like to make decisions primarily on important local issues. This view is supported by 83% of citizens. On the other hand, decisions on important laws and international treaties should be made by elected politicians. This view is supported by 73% of citizens in the case of laws and 82% in the case of international treaties.
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