Confidence in constitutional institutions and satisfaction with political situation

In January 2005 Czech citizens expressed the highest level of trust to the president of the country, when 7 out of 10 respondents expressed their confidence in him. Local councils were found trustworthy by almost two thirds of the interviewees and almost half of the polled citizens trusted their regional council. In comparison to the previous months, the government’s position got better, 34% of respondents expressed their trust in goverment.

If compared with December 2004 the Chamber of Deputies and Senate gained bigger part of trustworthiness, though Senate is still considered to be the least trustworthy constitutional institution. The trustworthiness of both Chambers of Parliament drew closer to its worth, it had during last September and October.

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