In January survey the interviewers of the Centre for Public Opinion Research questioned respondents about their attitude to some concrete legislative changes that were introduced from 1 January 2007. At least eight out of ten people agree with pension increase (91 %), special care benefit (90 %), right to expel the attacker from home (89 %), children benefit increase (86 %), parental benefit (86 %), TV commercial time cut (86 %), new social benefit – „immediate help“ (80 %), birth grant increase (80 %), minimum wages increase (84 %).
More than half of addressed citizens agreed with shorter notice period (51 %), emergency service as a overtime (61 %), house building only after previous announcement (65 %), electronic toll installation (77 %), living benefit (67 %), housing benefit (70 %), tariff wage increase (72 %), to draw only living wage (62 %).
Number of those who disagreed outbalanced the people who agreed with oegulated rent increase (when 51 % of respondents do not agree with it, on contrary 39 % agreed), possibility to terminate employment by employee for healthy reasons ( 78 % disagreed),
minimum wage reduction (58 % disagreed).
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