A majority of Czech people saw migration and terrorism as the main problems of the European Union (EU), according to poll results released on Monday.
In all the EU member countries, Czech people had the most negative attitude to migrants, according to the poll which was conducted by the Eurobarometer.
Poll results showed 63 percent of Czech people saw the migration as one of main problems of the present-day EU, while the it was 13 percent in 2013. For terrorism, the figure was 47 percent compared with 8 percent four years ago.
Both the figures were above the EU average with 45 percent for migration and 31 percent for terrorism.
Few Czech people believed that migrants mean a benefit, only 12 percent of Czechs held the view, while the EU average was 44 percent.
Only 14 percent of the Czech people gave a positive assessment to the migration from outside the EU and 23 percent of them believed that the Czech Republic should help the refugees, which was the second lowest proportion within the EU.
Some 95 percent of Czech people believed that the EU should adopt stricter measures against illegal migration. Some 45 percent of Czechs was ready to receive people from other EU countries.