Some 36 percent of Czechs associate Christmas with visiting a church, which is something they do even if they do not regard themselves as Christian, suggests a survey by the STEM agency released on Tuesday. In 1995 some 45 percent of Czechs said that Christmas was for them connected with going to church. Roughly eight percent of Czechs attend a church at least once a month, the new poll indicates.
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