Prague, June 28 (CTK) – Mayors and local town halls are still enjoying the biggest, three-fifths, trust out of public institutions in the Czech Republic, according to a poll conducted by the CVVM in June and released on Tuesday.
Over one-half of Czechs also trust President Milos Zeman and the Constitutional Court.
The results are about the same as in May.
Exactly two-thirds of Czechs trusted the mayors in June. Local town halls were trusted by 62 percent of Czechs, 3 percent more than a month ago.
Zeman was trusted by 58 percent and the Constitutional Court by 56 percent of those polled.
One half of the respondents trusted the Supreme Audit Office. The ombudsman’s office was trusted by 47 percent of Czechs.
Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka’s coalition government was trusted by 39 percent of Czechs, the Chamber of Deputies by 26 percent and the Senate by 31 percent, 4 percent more than in May.
According to the poll, regional assemblies are trusted by 43 percent of Czechs and regional governors by two-fifths of them.
The poll was conducted on a sample of 1,055 Czechs over 15 on June 3-20.