In March 2013, CVVM asked questions concerning the topic of corruption. Questions in the survey pursued the view on how widespread is taking of bribes among Czech public officials and the opinion on the level of corruption in different institutions and areas of public life.
As a part of March CVVM survey there was a question investigating citizens' trust to Courts, Police, Army, Media, Labour Unions, Churches, Banks and NGOs. The press information covers also a longterm development of trust to these public institutions.
Next year, it will be 20 years since the split of Czechoslovakia into two independent republics. On the occasion of this anniversary, Public Opinion Research Centre and Institute for Public Affairs in Bratislava in cooperation with Focus agency investigated public opinion regarding the dissolution of Czechoslovakia and the creation of the independent state. This press release contains comparison of Czech and Slovak citizens' opinion about several things related to this topic.
Next year it will be 20 years since the split of Czechoslovakia into two independent republics. In its regular survey in November 2012, Public Opinion Research Centre investigated public opinion regarding the dissolution of Czechoslovakia. This press release contains time comparison of three regularly asked questions related to this issue.
Novembers' survey of CVVM comprised questions concerning the twentieth anniversary of the split of Czechoslovakia and the emergence of the independent Czech state. CVVM also asked about the contemporary relation of Czechs towards Slovaks. On the one hand, we made an inquiry about the interest of Czechs in different areas of life in Slovakia, on the other hand, we focused on the number of information about the life in Slovakia that Czechs have to their disposal. In comparison with other areas of life, Czechs are especially interested in the life of ordinary people in Slovakia, but they don't have enough information about it.
In May 2012, CVVM included to the survey a question about satisfaction with some areas in the Czech Republic. Citizens also responded to the question whether the evaluated areas need the reforms, and CVVM investigated to what extent the Czechs know planned reforms.
In March 2012, CVVM asked questions concerning the topic of corruption. Questions in the survey regarded the opinion on how widespread is taking of bribes among Czech public officials and the opinion on the level of corruption in different institutions and areas of public life. Obtained values are compared with results measured in previous years.
In February 2012 CVVM investigated how citizens perceive the personality of the late former President Vaclav Havel. Under the umbrella of CEORG in February of this year some questions from the survey were also enquired among respondents in Poland, Hungary and the Slovak Republic.