The leader of the main opposition Social Democratic Party, Jiří Paroubek, is mainly held responsible for the recent political crisis according to a poll released by the news site lidovky.cz on Monday. A poll by the Median agency found 44 percent of those questioned identified Mr Paroubek as being responsible for the crisis which toppled the centre-right coalition government just over two weeks ago. Outgoing Prime Minister Mirek Topolánek was blamed by 41 percent. Around a third of those questioned also identified Mr Paroubek as the main gainer from the crisis. The government collapsed mid way through the Czech EU presidency after a surprise defeat in the no-confidence vote.