More than half of Czechs think government should do more for families with children

An opinion poll conducted by the STEM agency indicates that more than half of Czechs - 57 percent - believe that the government should be doing more for families with children. Respondents suggested possible measures such as lowering taxes for families with underage children, supporting flexible work hours for parents and loans for newly-wed couples. STEM says there is growing dissatisfaction with the government’s social policy and that is likely to increase next year as the government’s cost cutting measures take effect.