December 2015 survey focused on attitudes of Czechs to some representatives in 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 as well as supreme representatives of Central European countries.
In December 2015 Public Opinion Research Centre included a blok of questions connected to accepting refugees from countries affected by military conflicts. Questions focused mainly on opinion towards accepting refugees from concrete regions (Ukraine, Middle East and North Africa), concern with the current situation around refugees and perception of the situation as a security threat. Press releass show salso the comparison with states of V4.
In November survey the Public Opinion Research Centre gave its respondents two questions concerning the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). The survey examined whether the people ever heard about "Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership", and whether they know what it is, and it also examined the extent of their interest in information relating to the TTIP.
In October and November 2015 surveys of Public Opinion Research Centre focused on attitudes of the public towards accepting refugees from countries affected by military conflicts, perception of the situation as a security threat and evaluation of the current activities of various groups in the conflict and about. Press release also contain a brief comparison with perception of Ukraine crisis and ISIL´s and activities.
According to the survey of the Public Opinion Research Centre, 39 % of Czech citizens are interested in current events in Ukraine. Respondents were also asked about their perception of the situation as a security threat, of the current activities of various groups in the conflict and about active participation of international community in solving the situation. Press release also contain a brief comparison with perception of refugees crisis and ISIL´s activities. >> Full text is available in Czech only <<