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The Question of Restitution of Colloredo-Mannsfeld Picture Gallery from the Perspective of Direct Participants and the Public
Nováková, Alžběta ; Vlnas, Vít (advisor) ; Šmíd, Marek (referee)
This thesis aims to analyse opinions on the case of restitution of Colloredo-Mannsfeld picture gallery. The author describes the history of the Opočno castle as well as the history of valuable collections situated there. The history of collecting of paintings by the House of Colloredo-Mannsfeld is introduced. The author especially focuses on the current case of restitution of the picture gallery. As a part of the thesis, there is a qualitative research dealing with the professional and public response to this case and the way how media informed about it. Keywords Opočno castle, picture gallery, Colloredo-Mannsfeld, restitution, public opinion
Character of nuclear energy in European Union - history and present
Koryčanský, Roman ; Šen, Hugo (referee) ; Martinec, Jiří (advisor)
The thesis deals with the development and current status of nuclear energy in Europe. The first part focuses on the legislative background in the EU – The Euratom treaty. Next, the thesis describes the history of European companies that are engaged in nuclear energy, in particular the French company AREVA. The largest part of the thesis deals with the relationship of nuclear energy and public opinion, and focuses on the status of nuclear energy in selected countries and the attitudes of environmental organizations. This section also includes a description of the history of the most serious accidents. The conclusion focuses on the economic aspects of nuclear energy and its future.
Czech Public's Attitudes to Foreign countries – Autumn 2023
Červenka, Jan
In Autumn 2023 survey CVVM investigated how sympathetic or unsympathetic are some selected countries to the Czech public. In this survey 13 countries were selected.\n\nThe most sympathetic country among them according to Czech citizens is Slovakia followed by Austria, Poland, Great Britain and France.
The Public on Energy Policy and the So-Called European Green Deal - August/September 2023
Červenka, Jan ; Ďurďovič, Martin
In the period from the the end of July to the mid of the third decade of September 2023, a block of questions devoted to energy issues was included in the regular research of Our Society. Part of the questions examined citizens' interest in the energy policy of the Czech Republic and also focused on the issue of the so-called European Green Deal from 2020.\n\nAn incomplete half of Czechs is interested in energy policy, which represents a decline in interest compared to the last survey from 2022 but it remained significantly higher in comparison to all other past surveys.\n\n35% of Czech citizens agree with the Green Deal, 49% disagree with it. At the same time, only one-sixth (17%) of Czech citizens consider the goal of the Green Deal to be achievable, a two-thirds majority think that its goal is not achievable.
People on Features and Risks of Nuclear Power - August/September 2023
Červenka, Jan ; Ďurďovič, Martin
In the period from the end of July to the middle of the last decade of September 2023, a block of questions devoted to the issue of nuclear energy was included in the regular survey of programme Our Society. Two batteries of questions were included in the survey, through which citizens' opinions on certain characteristics and risks associated with the production of electricity through nuclear fission were examined on an eleven-point scale.\n\nThe majority of citizens are inclined to the opinion that nuclear energy makes it possible to ensure a stable supply of energy, makes it possible to produce energy at a low cost, contributes to measures against climate change and is environmentally friendly.\n\nThe prevailing opinion among the Czech public is that nuclear energy is one of the safest methods of energy production.\n\nThe Czech public is rather skeptical of the opinion that nuclear energy is a transitional energy production technology that will soon be surpassed.\n\nThe Czech public sees the greatest risk in connection with nuclear energy in possible misuse or damage to the nuclear power plant in a result of a terrorist attack or war.
Confidence in Some Representatives in International Context - Autumn 2023
Červenka, Jan
Autumn 2023 survey focused on attitudes of Czechs to some representatives in international politics. Respondents were asked to express their confidence or non-confidence in some main figures of international policy and persons involved in recent important events as well as supreme representatives of Central European countries.
Confidence in Constitutional Institutions and Satisfaction with Political Situation - Autumn 2023
Červenka, Jan
In the period from the end of September to the beginning of December 2023 within the regular survey the Public Opinion Research Centre questioned respondents about their confidence in constitutional institutions. In this survey there was a question about their trust to the President, both Chambers of Parliament, the Government, and Local and Regional Councils.\n\n52% of Czechs trust the President, 17% of Czechs trust the government.\n\nThe Chamber of Deputies has the confidence of 18% and the Senate of 29% of the public.\n\n10% of Czech citizens declare satisfaction with political situation, 69% are dissatisfied.
Quality of life and feeling of security
Weikertová, Štěpánka ; Čadová, Naděžda ; Kyselá, Monika
The quantitative sociological research Quality of Life and Sense of Security conducted by the Centre for Public Opinion Research aimed to map the quality of relationships in Czech society, including the incidence of negative phenomena, and to map the experiences of the adult population of the Czech Republic with domestic and gender-based violence.
Attitude of Czech Public to Accepting of Refugees from Ukraine – February/March 2023
Červenka, Jan
In a survey that was conducted between the end of January and the end of the second decade of March 2023, the Centre for Public Opinion Research surveyed a set of questions concerning the attitudes of the Czech public towards accepting refugees from Ukraine. The respondents specifically expressed their attitudes towards the admittance of Ukrainian refugees and the possibility of their permanent settlement in the Czech Republic. The survey also included a mapping of interest in current developments around this situation.\n\nLess than two-fifths (39%) of Czech citizens are interested in the situation regarding refugees from Ukraine.\n\n\n56% of Czech citizens agree with admitting refugees from Ukraine.\n\n\n11% of citizens are in favour of the possibility of permanent settlement of Ukrainian refugees here, while another seven tenths (71%) prefer only temporary admission with subsequent return to their country of origin.
Citizens on Material Living Conditions of Their Households - April/May 2023
Červenka, Jan
In a survey conducted in the period since end of March to May of 2023 the Public Opinion Research Centre examined two questions related to evaluation of material living conditions of respondent's households, and to expectation of development of these conditions in this year.\n\nMore than half (53%) of Czechs evaluates material living conditions of their households as good, 35% think they are neither good, nor bad, and 12% consider them to be bad.\n\nA third (34%) of Czechs believe that this year the material living conditions of their households will worsen, a little less than a fifth (18%) expect an improvement, and 46% assume that they will not change. Expectations have improved significantly compared to last year.

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