Czechs' trust in top political institutions increased considerably in July, according to a poll conducted by the CVVM polling institute in July and released today. President Milos Zeman and the government are now trusted by 37 percent each, while their credibility was 8 and 9 percent lower, respectively, a month ago. A year ago, Zeman was trusted by 43 percent and the government by 41 percent of Czechs. The biggest, two-third trust is still enjoyed by mayors and local town halls. The least trust, 29 percent, was expressed in the Chamber of Deputies. However, this was 8 percent more than a month ago. It is followed by the Senate, where the trust rose by 7 percent to 34 percent.