Attitudes of Czechs towards U.S. Foreign Policy and Role of America in the World - November 2012


71% of Czechs against 17% think that the U.S. in their foreign policy prioritize their own power and economic interests, and 44% against 40% believe that U.S. do not take into consideration the opinion of the world community.

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According to 22% of Czech citizens the current foreign policy of the U.S. represents a threat to today’s world, while 61% have the opposite opinion. Czech society is rather convinced that the United States in their foreign policy try to ensure stability and peace in the world (69% agree, 21% disagree) and that they stand up for the defence of freedom, democracy and human rights (66% say yes, 22% no). The opinion that in relation to undemocratic regimes the United States is entitled to use military force is shared by 25% of Czech citizens, whereas 59% oppose it. Since the last comparable survey in 2009 the evaluation of U.S. foreign policy and the role of the United States in the world improved significantly.

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