September survey focused on attitudes of Czechs to some representatives of international politics. Respondents were asked to express their confidence or non-confidence to some main figures of international policy and persons involved in recent important events, including both main candidates of oncoming presidential election in the U.S., as well as supreme representatives of Central European countries.

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In September survey the Public Opinion Research Centre focused on topic of the presidency of the European Union. The Czech Republic will assume the presidency of the EU on 1 January 2009. The respondents were asked if they are interested in this topic or if they have a lot of informations about the presidency. The survey also investigated citizens’ evaluation of the Czech Republic’s preparations for the presidency.

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According to September survey of CVVM SOÚ AV ČR 67 % 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. 68 % respondents expressed their opinion that this question should be decided in a referendum, 25 % 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.

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June survey of CVVM was dealing with a situation related to recent unilateral declaration of independence of Serbian province of Kosovo and with diplomatic recognition of independent Kosovo by the government of Czech Republic. 30 % of Czech citizens agree with the May decision of Topolanek's government to recognize Kosovo as an independent state, 31 % disagrees and 39 % is undecided in this matter.

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According to June survey of CVVM SOÚ AV ČR 66 % of Czech citizens did not agree with planned deployment of U.S. anti-missile radar in Czech Republic, on the other hand 26 % of respondents would approve it. 68 % respondents expressed their opinion that this question should be decided in a referendum, 23 % 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.

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In June 2008 Centre for Public Opinion Research surveyed opinions about the Lisbon Treaty. Only one fifth of Czech population (22 %) knows what the term „Lisbon Treaty“ means. People do not seem to be informed well, because a strong majority (73 %) of them says that they do not have enough information. Czech population is not concerned in the Lisbon Treaty, too, while only 17 % shows some kind of interest.

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In June survey the Public Opinion Research Centre focused on topic of the presidency of the European Union. The Czech Republic will assume the presidency of the EU on 1 January 2009. The respondents were asked if they are interested in this topic or if they have a lot of informations about the presidency. The survey also investigated citizens´ evaluation of the Czech Republic’s preparations for the presidency.

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According to May survey of CVVM SOÚ AV ČR 68 % of Czech citizens did not agree with planned deployment of U.S. anti-missile radar in Czech Republic, on the other hand 24 % of respondents would approve it. Seven of ten respondents expressed their opinion that this question should be decided in a referendum, a fifth 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.

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In April 2008 CVVM investigated, whether according to Czech citizens values such as democracy, equality, cooperation, toleration, justice and solidarity are being exercised in European Union. The largest proportion of Czechs answered on this subject positively in connection with cooperation and democracy (72 % both) and by contrast equality obtained least agreeing answers (36 %). Then Czechs also evaluated helpfulness and harmfulness of European integration in these areas - economy, politics, culture, country defence and ecology.

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As a part of April survey made by CVVM there were questions about relationship of Czech citizens to the European Union. Respondents had to talk about impact of EU membership of Czech Republic on some segments of economical and social system of Czech Republic and their standard of living. The EU influence on supply of goods and services on czech market is best evaluated by 66 % of addressed cititizens.

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