On the occasion of coming anniversary, Public Opinion Research Centre investigated public opinion regarding the Velvet Revolution and its consequences to different areas of life in the Czech Republic. >> Full text is available in Czech only <<
In the March survey CVVM enquired how strictly according to public should be judged morality of politicians and what criteria should be considered in their deliberations. CVVM also focused on attitudes of Czech citizens to disputes, problems and affairs which appear in our political and public life. In this case, respondents were presented with a list of statements with which they expressed their agreement or disagreement.
In February 2015 Public Opinion Research Centre focused on participation of czech citizens in political organizations. To be specific, survey was mainly oriented on with which organisations citizens participate, how and where do they actively cooperate on public political activities. Furthermore we investigated in which politics are they interested in – generally, in the Czech Republic, European Union or in world.
In February 2015 Public Opinion Research Centre investigated, whether people believe, that politicians are interested in citizens opinions and whether, according to Czech public, people in the Czech republic have opportunities to influence public affairs. In the matter of interest of politicians about public opinions sceptical view prevails.
Part of the February survey Public Opinion Research Centre were several questions concerning respondents' opinions on the functioning of democracy in the Czech Republic, the general attitudes towards democracy and respect for human rights in our country. Satisfaction with the way democracy works in the Czech Republic expressed majority of respondents (55%).