Which issues is the public concerned about?

The Czech public has long perceived corruption (73%) and organised crime (70%) as two of the major social problems, requiring ‘very urgent’ action. Although general crime used to be widely regarded as the third worst problem, its position has been taken by unemployment (considered as ‘a very urgent problem’ by 67% of respondents, an increase by 19 percentage points since last October), which reflects its high current level in our country.

However, the general crime continues to be seen as a similarly serious social issue (considered as a ‘very urgent problem’ by 64 %).