Czechs have a very negative perception of various kinds of EU directives, according to pollsters Factum Invenio. The survey, conducted for the insurance company Česká pojišťovna, said that Ninety-one percent of respondents, for example, took notice of the regulation setting the size of cages for laying hens at farms - possibly also because egg prices grew sharply as a result of the directive. The mandatory use of energy saving bulbs and restriction of smoking at public places was also registered by most Czechs, 82%, in each case.
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