Support to Czech government falls to 20% in Dec 2011 poll.

By bne IntelliNews January 4, 2012
The three-party centre-right coalition government of PM Petr Necas is trusted by 20% of the Czechs, CTK newswire reported citing a poll of CVVM carried out in December 2011. The support to the government has been steadily falling since the beginning of the year. For comparison in December 2010 it stood at 33%. The most trusted politician remains President Vaclav Klaus with a 58% backing, although he also lost 12pps from his support. Only 15% of the Czechs trust the lower house of the parliament and 21% said they trust the Senate. A year ago the backing for the lower and upper house stood at 25%. Only support for the local town halls improved compared to 2010, increasing by 1pps to 58%. The poll was conducted on a sample of 1,060 people between December 5 and 12, 2011.

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