In its regular survey in Autumn 2022, Public Opinion Research Centre investigated public opinion regarding the dissolution of Czechoslovakia thirty years ago.
Compared to other historical events of the period since 1989, the dissolution of Czechoslovakia is perceived relatively the worst.
Today, half of the citizens (50%) consider this step correct, 39% evaluate it as incorrect. At the same moment the people who witnessed it perceive the dissolution of Czechoslovakia somewhat more critically in this regard.
The opinion about the close relationship between the two states was confirmed once again in this survey, and the majority of the citizens of the Czech Republic think that it should be so.
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