26% of Czechs assess positively work of government poll.

By bne IntelliNews March 9, 2011
The work of the coalition government of PM Petr Necas is assessed positively by 26% of the Czechs, CTK newswire informed citing a February poll of CVVM agency A total of 66% assess the work of the cabinet negatively. By contrast, the interim government of PM Jan Fischer, PM Necas predecessor, was trusted by 73% and 64% of the Czechs in April and May, respectively. The performance of PM Necas is assessed positively by 33% of those polled against 56% assessing his work negatively. The highest dissatisfaction by 71% of those polled, is observed in regard to the government's line-up. About 66% of those polled are dissatisfied with the government communication with the public and 51% - with the government programme.

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