Only 14% of Czechs satisfied with political situation - poll.

By bne IntelliNews March 17, 2011
Only 14% of Czechs are satisfied with the current political situation in the country, CTK newswire reported citing a February poll of STEM agency. The share of unsatisfied increased from a month earlier, when 22% of the polled said they were satisfied. However, the February results were better than the lowest satisfaction level of 8% reported in May 2010. The highest one of 30% was reached in September 2010. The share of those surveyed, who are definitely dissatisfied is growing and have reached 44% in February, up from 32% in January.

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