by Jan Culik In October 1999, the Prague-based Public Opinion Research Institute (IVVM) set out to find out what Czech citizens think about the established political parties. A sociological sample of 1018 individuals were give a number of statements (see tables), and they were asked to link them with the political party which, in their […]

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