published: 26.10.2013, 22:14 | updated: 26.10.2013 23:03:19
Prague - Four fifths of Czechs believe that the just ended early general elections will not resolve the political crisis in the country, yet almost a half of people are satisfied with the result, according to a TNS Aisa poll for public Czech Television (CT) today.
The firm conducted the poll on 600 people tonight.
The election was won by the Social Democrats (CSSD) with 20.45 percent of the vote, followed by ANO 2011 (18.65 percent), Communists (KSCM, 14.91 percent), TOP 09 (11.99 percent), Civic Democrats (ODS, 7.72 percent), Dawn of Direct Democracy (6.88 percent) and Christian Democrats (KDU-CSL, 6.78 percent).
Precisely 80 percent of people say the balance of forces in the new Chamber of Deputies does not offer a way out from the long-lasting political crisis, the poll showed.
A mere 18 percent of respondents believe that the new lower house of parliament will lead the country out of the crisis.
Yet, 48 percent of people said they are satisfied with the result, but a mere 7 percent expressed great satisfaction.
Forty-three percent of the polled said they are dissatisfied with the election result.
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