Citizens on U.S. Anti-Missile Radar Base in Czech Republic - December 2008

According to December survey of CVVM SOÚ AV ČR 65 % of Czech citizens did not agree with planned deployment of U.S. anti-missile radar in Czech Republic, on the other hand 28 % of respondents would approve it. 70 % respondents expressed their opinion that this question should be decided in a referendum, 22 % of Czechs disagreed with holding a plebiscite in this matter. People who are against the referendum are for the most part supporters of idea to locate the U.

S. anti-missile radar in Czech Republic. Majority of Czechs (69 %) expects that Czech parliament will pass the agreements on radar. 39 % of Czech citizens think that Barack Obama will continue with the project of deployment of U.S. anti-missile radar in Czech Republic continuously, 29 % expect some postponement and re-evaluation of the plan from new U.S. administration and 5 % think that Barack Obama will not have an interest to continue with deployment of U.S. anti-missile defence system in Europe and will freeze the plan to build the radar base in Czech republic.

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