Six in 10 Czechs do not trust the country’s prime minister, Andrej Babiš, suggests a poll conducted by the Kantar CZ agency for Czech Television published on Sunday. The survey indicates that 37 percent of Czechs do trust the ANO chief.
The poll also suggests that most Czechs were not in favour of President Miloš Zeman’s pledge to give Andrej Babiš another chance to form a government if he lost a no-confidence vote tabled by the opposition. In any event, Mr. Babiš’s cabinet survived Friday’s vote.
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