More than a half of the citizens (56 %) agree with accepting the Euro as the currency of the Czech Republic, on the other hand one third (35 %) is against. Support for introducing the Euro clearly decreases with older age and lower standards of living. The introduction of the Euro is very often supported by students, but relatively more frequently its introduction is approved by university graduates, managers or highly qualified professional workers and Civic Democratic Party (ODS) supporters.
On the other hand, votes against are voiced on a larger scale by pensioners and followers of the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia (KSČM). At least one specific advantage for the European Union from the entry of the CZ is seen by 72 % of Czech citizens. Most often people suggested that we would bring the EU a qualified and cheap labour force.