In December survey the Public Opinion Research Centre focused on situation in Syria.
The survey examined how Czech public is interested in the development of situation on the border of Syria and Turkey, how Czech citizens perceive the impact of the situation on Czech, European and global safety, and how they evaluate performance of some participating actors in current events on the border of Syria and Turkey.
November 2019 survey focused on attitudes of Czechs to some representatives in international politics. Respondents were asked to express their confidence or non-confidence in some main figures of international policy and persons involved in recent important events as well as supreme representatives of Central European countries.
Currently, 52% respondents share the opinion that Beneš decrees should continue to be in force, 13% stood up for their cancellation, and 35% had no opinion on this issue. Another question focused on the post-war transfer of Sudeten Germans from Czech borderland in 1945-6. 41% of respondents considered this historical act to be just. On the contrary 38% marked the transfer as unjust (simultaneously majority of them claimed necessity to make a thick line behind the past) and 21 % had no opinion on this.
In the June survey the Public Opinion Research Centre put all respondents several questions concerning the assessment of the current situation in the world in terms of international relations, economics, security, conflict resolution or solving of global environmental problems, and evaluation of the activities of selected major actors (states or organizations), which have a significant influence on the development of the overall political and security situation in the world and on the overall economic situation on a global scale.
In May 2019, the Public Opinion Research Centre questioned a set of questions about the attitudes of the Czech public to receiving refugees and the situation associated with the migration crisis. Specifically, respondents expressed their attitudes to receiving refugees from areas affected by military conflicts in general and refugees from the Middle East and North Africa in particular. Part of the interview was also exploring interest in current developments around this situation and perceiving the situation as a security threat.
In the opinion poll carried out in April 2019 by the Public Opinion Research Centre, questions regarding attitudes of Czech citizens towards integration in the EU were included. More specifically, the questionnaire asked surveyors about their opinion on values of democracy, equality, collaboration, tolerance, fairness, and solidarity being successfully exercised in the EU. Furthermore, respondents were asked about their views on economic, political, cultural, defense and ecological integration in the European Union. Lastly, attention was given to the belief that the EU decisions are in the interest of the Czech Republic and of the people like themselves.
In April 2019 Public Opinion Research Centre focused on opinion to the level of integration of EU a the role of Czech Republic in this process. We were also interested about Czech public's opinions to the future of the of the united Europe. The part of this survey was also question about the impact of the UK leaving the EU.