Monitoring public stances on certain general and political issues is commonly included in researches of public opinion. The array of questions included in the October survey of the Public Opinion Research Centre focused primarily on general economic issues, selected aspects of social security and personal responsibility, and on the issue of freedom. The results reveal that, inter alia, the Czech public strongly prefers the maximisation of freedoms and the concept of a state that protects the freedoms and rights of its citizens in the event of their violation to a state that pre-emptively limits their rights and freedoms.
As a part of the survey there was also a question about position of czech public in the left-right political spectrum.
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