Most Czechs feel they only have little influence on public affairs in their country, according to a new poll by the CVVM agency released on Saturday. 92 percent of those surveyed said they had very limited chance to influence what’s happening in their communities; some 25 percent believe the contrary. More than 50 percent of Czechs say that they have no influence whatsoever on decision-making processes in Czech politics, while one in ten people questioned said they had a chance to affect the government’s decisions.
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