Confidence in constitutional institutions in October 2003

Czech people attribute the highest level of trustworthiness to the president and local councils; that is what 6 out of 10 people declare. Four of ten people trust the Czech government and their regional council. After the significant September drop of the Czech citizens’ confidence in all the constitutional institutions (with the exception of the president of the republic) we registered a follow-up growth in their trust in these institutions.

Only in the case of both chambers of the Parliament this growth is rather minimal, the level of confidence in the government and local and regional councils has returned to the values recorded before the summer holiday. The government and the president are more often regarded as trustworthy by the inhabitants of Prague and Central Bohemia.