Confidence in constitutional institutions and satisfaction with political situation

In March 2006 public confidence in constitutional institutions returned to its level from January 2006. It seems that increase of number of those who confided in constitutional institutions in February happened just by chance and it is not the beginning of new trend. The most trustworthy constitutional institution is president who enjoys trust expressed by 68% of respondents. On the other side four out of 10 Czechs (39%) confide in czech government.

Traditionally both Chambers of Parliament have the lowest number of trustees.Otherwise 43 % of respondents expressed their trust to Regional Council and 60% of respondents trust to Local Councils. In our country dissatisfaction with current political situation prevails.

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