Attitudes of the Czech public to the energy concept and coal mining
The survey results clearly indicate that the Czech public supports the end of coal mining; however, it would prefer a gradual termination over a longer period of time rather than a quick stop. Respondents were in favour of maintaining mining regulations in the form of mining limits and would certainly not expand the current extent of mining.
The Czech Republic should look for its future primary energy source mainly in renewable energy sources or nuclear energy in combination with renewable energy sources.
Brexit will hurt Great Britain, the EU, but also the Czech Republic. Great Britain has the main responsibility for the complications; Czechs want the UK to remain in the EU.
From September 13th to October 8th, MEDIAN surveyed the views of the Czech public on the current situation concerning Brexit. The survey is representative for the internet population over 18 years of age in the Czech Republic. We publish the results exclusively with iDnes.cz.
58% of respondents personally want the UK to remain in the European Union. Almost a quarter of respondents do not care whether Britain will stay or leave the EU.
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