Fifty-four percent of Czechs say the government is not doing enough to support families with children, according to the results of a poll conducted by NMS Market Research.
Thirty-three percent of parents with one child said they were not planning a second because of financial reasons.
Seventeen percent said they could not have a second child because of housing problems and 10% cited work reasons.
Only 15 percent of Czech parents said they were planning a third child.
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