Czech public and election campaign

In May survey we asked respondents some questions to investigate how they evaluate

current election campaign, whether they are interested in pre-elect situation and whether think that they are well informed about pre-election events.

Survey showed us that election campaign is watched by 40 % of people (answers :I definitely watch (7 %)+ I rather watch(33 %)); two thirds of respondents are not interested in it at all: 40 % of respondents told our questioners that they do not watch it (rather) and 20% of czech citizens said they do not watch (definitely) election campaign.

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Public opinion on importance of public participation in the oncoming elections to Chamber of Deputies

Three quarters of Czech citizens suppose public participation in June elections to Chamber of Deputies to be important, on contrary 17 % of respondents expressed their distrust to importance of electoral participation. Among most frequent arguments supporting importance of electoral participation there are suggestions that voting is a chance to express sb. opinion and public will and that elections will influence future political progress and development of society.

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Image of political Parties

As a part of April survey realized by CVVM there was a question how citizens perceive 4 long-lasting strong political Parties and Greens. We chose some criterions that represented both concrete programme aspects and general characteristics of their activity at political scene.

When evaluating political Parties respondents mostly agreed with statement „the Party is only interested in gaining the power“ when talking about parliamentary parties - it was positively answered by 60 – 72 % of respondents and and statement that Greens are only interested in gaining power – it was agreed by 46% respondents.

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Party Preferences in April 2006

All respondents having the right to vote were asked an open question (i.e. without a list of political parties being used) investigating which party they would vote for if an election to the Chamber of Deputies took place the following week. The structure of the answers given is summarised in the table (in %).

The question ‘Imagine that an election to the Chamber of Deputies is held next week.

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Party Preferences in March 2006

All respondents having the right to vote were asked an open question (i.e. without a list of political parties being used) investigating which party they would vote for if an election to the Chamber of Deputies took place the following week. The structure of the answers given is summarised in the table (in %).

The question ‘Imagine that an election to the Chamber of Deputies is held next week.

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Party Preferences in February 2006

All respondents having the right to vote were asked an open question (i.e. without a list of political parties being used) investigating which party they would vote for if an election to the Chamber of Deputies took place the following week. The structure of the answers given is summarised in the table (in %).

The question ‘Imagine that an election to the Chamber of Deputies is held next week.

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Party Preferences in January 2006

All respondents having the right to vote were asked an open question (i.e. without a list of political parties being used) investigating which party they would vote for if an election to the Chamber of Deputies took place the following week. The structure of the answers given is summarised in the table (in %).

The question ‘Imagine that an election to the Chamber of Deputies is held next week.

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Party Preferences in December 2005

All respondents having the right to vote were asked an open question (i.e. without a list of political parties being used) investigating which party they would vote for if an election to the Chamber of Deputies took place the following week. The structure of the answers given is summarised in the table (in %).

The question ‘Imagine that an election to the Chamber of Deputies is held next week.

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Party Preferences in November 2005

All respondents having the right to vote were asked an open question (i.e. without a list of political parties being used) investigating which party they would vote for if an election to the Chamber of Deputies took place the following week. The structure of the answers given is summarised in the table (in %).

The question ‘Imagine that an election to the Chamber of Deputies is held next week.

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