Confidence in constitutional institutions

In the first half of September the president was regarded as trustworthy by 61%, Czech government by 29%, Chamber of Deputies by 22%, Senate by 21%, regional councils by 36% and local councils by 57% of the polled citizens. The last survey brought – with the exception of the president – a statistically quite significant drop of confidence in all the constitutional institutions. As far as the government is concerned, it is a long-term trend, because within the last 9 months the government has gradually lost 20 % of people, who initially considered it trustworthy.

The level of confidence in all the other monitored institutions is currently at its the lowest point within the last year.