iROZHLAS by Michal Zlatkovský

Ten days after launching a quiz in which readers could compare their estimates of Czechs with real statistics, they gathered 41,000 individual answers. What did the readers misinterpret and on what topics were the most accurate? In a quiz with eight questions, readers have been tabling statistics on social benefits, the rate of alcohol consumption or life satisfaction - always on a percentage scale from zero to hundred. On average, readers' responses from reality varied by 14.5 percentage points.

The biggest difference between the expected and the real results was the question of how to use the mobile internet.