Many years from separation in 1993, and the Slovak and the Czech nations are still very similar. Both Slovaks and Czechs make New Year’s resolutions, but they do not fulfil them.
This year, 42 percent of Czechs are going to make New Year’s resolutions. At the same time, 34 percent admit that their resolutions usually last only a few days, as per a survey conducted by Rondo Data in the Czech Republic at the end of 2019. A similar survey conducted by Stem/Mark in Slovakia in 2018 indicated that 43 percent of the respondents planned to make New Year’s resolutions, while 26 percent say that their resolutions usually last only a few days.
31. Dec 2019 at 9:00 | Compiled by Spectator staff