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Every other Croat considers tax reform unjust - survey

More than half the respondents in a survey, conducted by the MojPosao web site, consider the tax reform unfair because it benefits those with high salaries, while only 13% consider the reform to...

As many as 81% of students financed by parents, survey shows

A survey covering more than 400 university students, most of them under the age of 25, shows that as many as 81% of them are financed by their parents.

Croatians save 432 kuna monthly, 20 kuna less than last year

Eighty percent of Croatians are aware of the importance of saving, and they put aside an average of 432 kuna (57.6 euros) per month, which is 20 kuna (2.6 euros) less than last year, according to...

Payment practices in Croatia similar to those in Western Europe - survey

Croatian customers settle their payments in 36 days on average, which is six days less than last year and corresponds to the European average, according to the results of the survey "European...

Operations of most Croatian companies facilitated by EU accession, shows survey

The survey shows that 60% of the surveyed companies do business in the EU market, 20% do not do business there but plan to, while 20% do not do business in the EU market and do not intend to due...

Survey shows Croatia seen as Serbia's enemy no. 1

Croatia is Serbia's enemy number one, according to the findings of a survey published on Thursday which show that a majority of young Serbs are for stopping accession to the European Union, while...

Croatia ranks high according to Social Progress Index

Croatia is ranked 33rd of the 133 countries according to the Social Progress Index (SPI), published by the U.S. non-profit organisation Social Progress Imperative in cooperation with the...

Survey: Many Europeans fear more terrorism after wave of refugees

Many Europeans fear the refugee crisis will increase the likelihood of terrorism in their country, according to a recent survey.

Croatian pupils unhappy with body weight, survey shows

Croatian school-age children are dissatisfied with their body weight and are also insufficiently informed about proper diet and necessary physical activity, according to the findings of a project...

Croats happy with personal life, unhappy with state of affairs in society

A majority of Croatians consider the overall situation in the country worrying, however, they are satisfied with their personal lives, according to a survey conducted by the Institute of Social...

MasterCard: Most Croatians will spend summer on the Adriatic

Croatian citizens travel more for leisure less for business purposes and mostly travel within the country and a Masterindex survey conducted by MasterCard indicates that 58% of those surveyed plan...

One in five Serbians believes EU will fall apart after Brexit

One in five Serbians believes the EU will fall apart after Great Britain's exit, shows a survey conducted by the Belgrade-based Faktor Plus agency.

Montenegrins in favour of NATO membership - survey

A total of 77.5% of Montenegrins are confident that their country will soon join NATO and 46.6% support that process, a survey shows.

Croatians prefer domestic products to imported goods - survey

Croatians prefer domestic products to imported goods when shopping in retail chains, and are disinclined to change products they are accustomed to using, an online survey conducted by the MSA...

40% of men, 30% women earn more than their partners

While 40 percent of men live with partners who have a lower salary, 30% of women earn more than their partners, show the the results of a survey conducted by by the MojPosao job search site.