Most Czechs do not consider churches to be useful institutions, according to a new survey by the STEM agency released on Tuesday. A great majority of the 40 percent which said the opposite are believers, the poll suggested. The share of people who think churches are useful has not changed much in recent years; last year, some 42 percent of people surveyed said they considered churches to be useful.
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