Before polls closed in the European Union referendum at two on Saturday afternoon, we visited a polling station on Prague's Bulharska Street to find out how people had been voting and what they expected EU membership would mean for them.
Woman 1: "Yes, to enter the European Union. My husband is American and we think it's great to travel around. We have better opportunities to work, study."
Man 1: "For, for the Europe, I think it's a good idea or something like that, it seems to me."
Man 2: "I voted for our access to the European Community because from the long-term perspective I think it will be better for the country."
Man 3: "I voted No. Because I have now one year's study experience and I have seen Europe and I don't want to be a part of it...it's quite bureaucratic. All the idea is quite shallow."
You don't think there are some good things about joining the EU?
Do you have any fears about the Czech Republic joining the EU? Are there any negative things?
Woman 2: "Yeah, probably for old people it's going to be harder, agriculture, Czech agriculture."
How will it change your life, personally?
Man 4: "I can speak many foreign languages and I think also for my job it will be better in the future."
Man 5: "Maybe in the future when I would like to move and live, for example, in some country which has sea, so live on some seaside."
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