On the elections to the European Parliament
In May 2009, 40 % of Czech citizens expressed willingness to participate in the election to the European Parliament. On the other hand, 46 % of Czech voters did not want to vote. The remaining 14 % were still undecided.
Those polled who expressed willingness to participate in the elections were then asked the following open question (without a list of parties being used): ‘What political grouping or party are you going to vote for in the elections to European Parliament?’ The answers indicate that most votes would be given the Civil Democratic Party (ODS, 33 %) and to the Czech Social Democratic Party (CSSD, 25,5 %), followed by the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia (KSCM, 13,5 %), the Christian and Democratic Union (KDU-CSL, 5,5 %) and the Green Party (SZ, 5 %).
>> Fulltext is available in Czech only <<