SANEP

Poll: Only one in five support adopting euro

Czech enthusiasm for adopting the euro has diminished since the onset of the crisis

The euro — and the European Union in general — did not win much praise from Czechs in a new poll, but Iceland is welcome to join

Poll: Scandal mongers should quit gov’t posts

Ministr obrany a místopředseda ODS Alexandr Vondra na dnešní mimořádné tiskové konferenci vyvracel spekulace o předražené zakázky se společností Promopro během českého předsednictví EU.

The wave of questionable incidents involving Cabinet ministers has done little to boost faith in Nečas’ center-right government

Poll: Stay out of Libya

Plukovník Muammar Kaddáfí zřejmě hodlá vést svou revoluci až do konce. Na snímku je zachycen při svém proslovu ve státní televizi 22. února.

More than 70 percent of Czechs follow events in Libya closely but don’t want to see this country become directly involved there

Poll: Public favors Hašek to lead ČSSD; party voters want Sobotka

South Moravian Governor Michal Hašek is the people’s choice to lead the center-left ČSSD

The general public and Social Democratic voters are split on whom the party should name as its new leader at the March congress

Poll: Most Praguers would welcome new elections

Svoboda was not the people’s choice for Prague mayor

After three months to get acquainted with the new City Hall and mayor, Prague residents still remain skeptical and mistrutful

Raymond Johnston 28.2.2011

Czechs want gov’t to deliver on corruption promises

Petr Nečas se během své kariéry předvedl pouze deklarovaným bojem proti korupci.

Over 90 percent of Czech people see government corruption as a big problem; less than half  fully expect something to be done about it

SANEP: Elections now would be a ‘debacle’ for ODS

Pevný charakter Pavel Drobil (vlevo) a premiér Petr Nečas, který dá korupci na frak. Sejdou se znovu ve vládě?

Poll shows ODS-led coalition losing power if elections were held now, with the ČSSD–KSČM winning 104 seats in Parliament

Justice Minister Pospíšil ‘most trusted’ in Cabinet

Kalousek (left) dropped the most in holding people’s trust, while Pospíšil (right) jumped into first place

Overall trust in ministers drops, with just one barely squeaking past the 50 percent mark, according to a new poll

Most Praguers find ODS-ČSSD coalition ‘immoral,’ poll shows

Svoboda was not the people’s choice for Prague mayor

The majority of Prague residents are also ‘unsatisfied’ with new mayor Bohuslav Svoboda, a SANEP survey shows

Tom Jones 13.12.2010