Attitude of Czech Public to Accepting of Refugees from Ukraine – June/July 2023

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In the survey, which was conducted between the end of May and the middle of the third decade of July 2023, the Centre for Public Opinion Research asked a set of questions about the attitudes of the Czech public towards accepting refugees from Ukraine. Specifically, the respondents expressed their attitudes towards the reception of Ukrainian refugees with regard to the possibility of their permanent settlement in the Czech Republic and their opinions on whether or not Ukrainian refugees are successfully integrated into our society. The survey also included a mapping of interest in current developments around this situation.

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Citizens on the situation in Ukraine - June/July 2023

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In a survey conducted during June and July 2023, the Center for Public Opinion Research asked a set of questions about the conflict in Ukraine. The research sought to find out whether people are interested in the development of the situation in Ukraine and whether they consider it to be a security threat to the Czech Republic, Europe and world peace, how citizens feel about the government's actions in support of Ukraine and how they assess possible measures by the international community.

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Confidence in constitutional institutions and satisfaction with political situation - June/July 2023

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In the period from the end of May to the mid of the last third of July 2023 within the regular survey the Public Opinion Research Centre questioned respondents about their confidence in constitutional institutions. In this survey there was a question about their trust to the President, both Chambers of Parliament, the Government, and Local and Regional Councils.

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Czech Republic’s Membership in the European Union in the Public View – April/May 2023

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The press release presents some results of the April and May 2023 survey, which focused on Czech public opinion on EU membership. More than two-fifths (41%) of Czech citizens are satisfied with our country's EU membership, more than a fifth (21 %) are neither satisfied nor unsatisfied and more than a third (36 %) is unsatisfied.
Respondents were also asked about their views on economic, political, cultural, defence, and ecological integration in the European Union.

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Trust in European and International Institutions – April/May 2023

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In April and May 2023 Public Opinion Research Centre included a block of questions connected to confidence in European Union and international institutions. Questions focused mainly on trust in European Union in general and its concrete authorities. In connection to international institutions respondents evaluated their trust in United Nations and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.

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Confidence in some institutions - April/May 2023

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In April and May 2023 within the regular survey, the Public Opinion Research Centre (CVVM) questioned respondents about their confidence in some institutions including the Supreme Audit Office, the Supreme State Prosecutor, the Security information service (BIS), and the National Office for Information and Cyber Security (NÚKIB).

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Trust in institutions of public life and interpersonal trust - April/May 2023

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Of the public institutions surveyed, the police (74%), the army and banks (68%) are the most trusted. On the other hand churches (28%) and political parties & movements (24%) are the least trusted.
Higher prevalence of trust over distrust is also evident in the case of courts, opinion polls, trade unions and radio. In relation to non-profit organisations, trust and distrust are more or less equal. For the remaining institutions (television, the internet), mistrust is already slightly or strongly prevalent (political parties and movements, churches, the press).
Compared to the previous survey of March 2022 and August 2021 respectively, the biggest changes were recorded in the case of trade unions (10 percentage point increase in trust), non-profit organisations, opinion polls and political parties (6 percentage point increase in trust), the internet (5 percentage point increase in trust) banks and radio (4 percentage point increase in trust). The army and the police, on the other hand, recorded a year-on-year decline in trust (by 5 percentage points).
Interpersonal (social) trust is slightly lower in Czech society compared to the previous survey from March 2022. 94% of respondents trust their closest relatives (down by 4 percentage points), while 73% trust ordinary people (down by 6 percentage points).

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Popularity of Top Politicians - April/May 2023

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In the period from the end of March to the beginning of the last third of May 2023 the Public Opinion Researcch Centre investigated whether respondents trust to top politicians. In a survey there were included names of leaders of parties holding seats in the Chamber of Deputies, members of government, heads of both parliament chambers, and the president.

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Confidence in constitutional institutions and satisfaction with political situation - April/May 2023

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In the period from the end of March to the beginning of the last third of May 2023 within the regular survey the Public Opinion Research Centre questioned respondents about their confidence in constitutional institutions. In this survey there was a question about their trust to the President, both Chambers of Parliament, the Government, and Local and Regional Councils.

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Citizens on the situation in Ukraine - February/March 2023

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In a survey conducted during February and March 2023, the Center for Public Opinion Research asked a set of questions about the conflict in Ukraine. The research sought to find out whether people are interested in the development of the situation in Ukraine and whether they consider it to be a security threat to the Czech Republic, Europe and world peace, how citizens feel about the government's actions in support of Ukraine and how they assess possible measures by the international community.

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