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Part of April survey of CVVM was the topic of European integration. Two batteries of questions were included into the survey. One focused on the view, whether the values of democracy, equality, cooperation, tolerance, justice and solidarity are applied in the European Union. The second one concerned the opinion on usefulness or harmfulness of European integration in the areas of economy, politics, culture, defence and ecology. Apart from these two batteries we also asked questions, whether respondents believe that decisions made in EU are in accordance with interests of the Czech Republic and with their own personal interests.

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The report presents some results of April 2015 survey, which concerns the EU membership. The topics presented here are the satisfaction with EU membership and evaluation of pros and cons of the EU membership. The report contains also comparison with previous surveys.

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April survey of CVVM asked questions concerning to the trust of people in the international institutions and European institutions. Beside the trust in the EU as a whole, we asked about citizens' trust in the European commission, the European Parliament, the President of the European Council (sometimes referred to as the President of the European Union) and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (sometimes referred to as the Union Minister for Foreign Affairs). Two questions about trust of people in the North Atlantic Alliance and the United Nations organisation have been also included into the survey.

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In March 2015 the Public Opinion Research Centre included into its regular survey a few questions concerning so-called Islamic State.

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In February 2015 the Public Opinion Research Centre included into its regular survey a few questions concerning so-called Islamic State.

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According to the  survey of the Public Opinion Research Centre, 47 % 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 ISIL´s activities.

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In January survey people have evaluated relations of the Czech Republic with some neighbouring or globally most important countries.

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In January survey CVVM investigated how sympathetic or unsympathetic are some selected countries to the Czech public. In this survey 25 countries were selected. The most sympathetic country among them according to Czech citizens is Slovakia followed by France, Sweden, Austria, Great Britain, and Italy.

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In January 2015 Public Opinion Research Centre carried out a survey concerning national defence and NATO, its necessity as a military-political organization and the influence of existence and conduct of NATO on the security of its members, the relationships within and outside the organization, on the peace and stability and on the solution of terrorism threat.

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In January 2015 Public Opinion Research Centre carried out a survey about NATO. Within the project were examined satisfaction with membership in NATO. Satisfaction with NATO membership in Czech society prevails, 58 % of respondents stated, that they are satisfied with it.

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