Confidence in constitutional institutions and satisfaction with political situation

Confidence in constitutional institutions has not almost changed since last month. In October 2005 Czech 71 % of czech citizens trusted to the president of the country. President has been found the most trustworthy constitutional institution since September 2003. 42 % of respondents trust in government. Both Chambers of Parliament were considered to be least trustworthy. 26% of czech citizens trust in Chamber of Deputies and 24 % people confide in Senate.

Almost a half of respondents (45 %) find their Regional council trustworthy and 61 % of repondents trust in their Local councils. In our country dissatisfaction with current political situation prevails.

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