Confidence in constitutional institutions and satisfaction with political situation

In September 2005 Czech citizens expressed the highest level of trust to the president of the country, when 71 % respondents expressed their confidence in him. Number of those who find president trustworthy is quite stable for several months. 42 % of respondents trusted in government in the beginning of September. Citizens‘ confidence in government has been rising since May. As usual both Chambers were found least trustworthy.

27 % of respondents

expressed their trust in Chamber of Deputies and 23% trusted in Senate. Citizens‘ confidence in regional and local councils is quite stable.Almost a tenth of respondents find their Regional council trustworthy and 6 out of 10 citizens trust in Local councils.

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