More than 50 percent of Czechs are happy with the way democracy is working in the Czech Republic, according to a poll by the CVVM agency published on Thursday. Fifty-five percent of respondents said democracy was the best form of government, which is a seven-percent rise on the last survey, carried out in October 2014. Only 41 percent of Czechs said they were unhappy with the way democracy was operating in the country, which is the lowest figure in the history of the measuring.
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