Confidence in constitutional institutions and satisfaction with political situation

In April 2006 we noticed increase of confidence in all monitored constitutional institutions.

President of Czech Republic is still the most trusted constitutional institution who enjoys trust expressed by three quarters of czech citizens (73%). Czech government has relatively high number of trustees (44%). As usual both Chambers of Parliament are supposed to be the least trustworthy. 30% of czech citizens trust to Chamber of Deputies and Senate is considered as trustworthy institution by 26% of respondents.

In April 2006 Local Councils are trustworthy for 62% of people and Regional Councils are trusted by a half of Czechs (50%).

In our country dissatisfaction with current political situation prevails. 47% of czech citizens are dissatisfied with current political situation in Czech Republic on contrary 17% of respondents are satisfied with current political situation.

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