Both the government and the president have improved in confidence, satisfaction with the political situation is sad

Both the government and the president have improved in confidence, satisfaction with the political situation is sad
Both the government and the president have improved in confidence, satisfaction with the political situation is sad
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Satisfaction with the political situation remains at a record low. Currently, just like last fall, a tenth of people declared it. Compared to the last survey, the number of dissatisfied people decreased from 69 to 65 percent of respondents. The remaining people have ambivalent feelings.

Mayors and municipal representatives remain the most trusted constitutional institutions, trusted by 66 and 62 percent of respondents, respectively. Governors enjoy the trust of 45 percent of people, regional representatives are trusted by 44 percent of people.

“For all examined institutions, trust in them shows a significant positive correlation with satisfaction with the political situation, with satisfaction with one’s own life, with the assessment of the economic situation in the Czech Republic and with the assessment of the standard of living of one’s own household,” the agency reminded. Trust in the president, the government and the parliament increases with the level of education and household income, and conversely decreases with age.

Unsurprisingly, the voters of the government parties trust the president, the cabinet and the parliamentary chambers more often. While supporters of the opposition are significantly more critical. People who refuse to participate in elections have the worst perception of all institutions.

The survey was conducted from January 26 to March 11, and 966 people participated in it.

The survey showed record support for YES

Parlament elections

The article is in Czech

Czechia

Tags: government president improved confidence satisfaction political situation sad

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