Survey suggests Czechs divided on the issue of new government’s stability


According to a survey published by the STEM agency, Czechs are divided on the issue whether the newly formed government will bring greater stability to the country. While 48 percent of Czechs believe that the new center-right coalition will address the country’s problems long-term, 52 percent do not. Among those surveyed, people who had voted in the recent lower house elections tended to have a more positive view of the new government than those who had not.