Most Czechs say economic situation is bad poll.

By bne IntelliNews April 6, 2011
About 56% of Czechs assess the economic situation in the country as bad, CTK newswire informed citing a survey of CVVM polling agency. According to only 10% of the respondents the economic situation is good, while some 32% consider it neither bad nor good. More optimistic are young people of 15-19 years of age, students, highly qualified technicians and managers. The poll was carried out among 1,306 respondents in March 2011. The result is much better than a year ago, when three quarters of the respondents talked about a worsening of the economic situation.

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