Satisfaction with the political situation shortly after the election

Shortly after the election, 38% of those polled said they were satisfied with the political situation in the Czech Republic (‘very satisfied’ – 3%, ‘quite satisfied’ – 35%), whereas 56% expressed dissatisfaction (‘quite dissatisfied’ – 43% and ‘very dissatisfied’ – 13%) and 6% did not know. Compared to a survey conducted shortly before the election, the level of satisfaction increased by 4 percentage points.

It is interesting to add that over the course of the last 12 months, the satisfaction with the political situation has oscillated at about 30% of respondents. Young people under 19 years of age, students and apprentices, businessmen, tradesmen and people with good living standards tend to belong to the group of the satisfied. As regards political orientation, the level of satisfaction is quite high among sympathisers of the CSSD. Respondents over 60 years of age, the unemployed, people with low living standards and supporters of the KSCM tend to be dissatisfied.