The impacts of EU membership on the Czech Republic

In April 2009 CVVM investigated on the membership of the Czech republic in the European union. Informants were asked to evaluate positive and negative efects of membership and the impact of membership on chosen areas of public life.

76 % agreed that EU membership helped Czechs to work, live and study in other EU countries. 75 % said that membership increased the level of bureaucracy in Czech republic.

64 % agreed that membership brought a lot of money from EU funds to the country. Economical migration of czech skilled workers to another EU countries was agreed by 62 % of informants. On the other hand only 28 % claimed that EU membership is a danger for Czech culture.

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