Czechs most concerned about coronavirus, according to survey

Roughly three-fifths of the Czech population have concerns, according to a freshly released survey conducted by the Public Opinion Research Centre (CVVM). 31 percent of respondents reported that they are worried about the COVID-19 coronavirus, while 18 percent said that they are concerned about their health in general. The coronavirus featured as a source of concern also in regards to its effects on the economy and on the domestic political situation for 8 percent of the respondents.

Fear of war and the worsening of living standards were cited by 11 percent of respondents, 9 percent fewer than during the same survey conducted in 2019. Migration concerns also declined from 2019’s 22 percent to just 9 percent this year. Worries about climate declined during the same period from 22 percent to 4 percent.

Author: Tom McEnchroe