Confidence in constitutional institutions and satisfaction with political situation

In CVVM survey which was made within project Our society 2006 in October 2006 we asked our respondents a question whether they trust to constitutional institutions. Question about public confidence in constitutional institutions is regular part of CVVM surveys which help us to monitor public confidence during time. In the long term president of our country has been the most trustworthy Czech constitutional institution.

Currently 70 % of Czech citizens trust to president, which is a little drop in comparison to situation in September and October 2006. The lowest number of trustees is shared by both Chambers of Parliament. 23 % of respondents expressed trust to Chamber of Deputies and to Senate. 42 % respondents find their Regional council trustworthy and 59 % of respondents trust in their Local councils.

At the moment less then tenth of Czech citizens (8 %) is satisfied with current political situation and 6 out of 10 respondents are dissatisfied (63 %).

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