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Percentage of Czechs “satisfied with lives” growing

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The percentage of Czechs who are “satisfied with their lives” has grown in recent years, an opinion poll released by the STEM agency suggests, according to Czech Radio. 

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Some 85% of respondents in the survey conducted in January answered in the affirmative, with the remainder saying they were dissatisfied.

STEM says it has traced a gradual increase in satisfaction levels since 2015. Last month’s rate was the highest recorded since the regular poll was introduced in 1994, it said, Czech Radio added.

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