Survey: 61 percent of people in Czechia are happy with country’s health system

61 percent of people living in the Czech Republic are satisfied with the country’s health system, according to the results of a survey conducted by the Public Opinion Research Centre (CVVM) from May to June of this year. This is an increase of 17 percent when compared with the results of the last survey, which was conducted in 2019. A tenth of respondents said that they are not satisfied. Meanwhile, roughly a quarter said that they are neither happy nor unhappy with the current state of the Czech health system.

According to the authors of the survey, this year’s results show the highest number of satisfied people ever since the question was first put to respondents in 2002.

Roughly two-thirds of respondents listed insufficient numbers of nurses and doctors as the top two most pressing problems currently faced by the country’s health system.

Author: Tom McEnchroe