This report is a result of a wide-scale study of public opinion on China in 13 European countries, conducted in September-October 2020, on the research sample representative with respect to gender, age from 18 to 70, level of education, country region, and settlement density. Here, we focus on the Czech portion of the polling, building on the previously published report comparing the results across the 13 countries. Overall, the Czech respondents has a predominantly negative view of China. A significant portion of the Czech population declared a change of its view on China in the last three years. However, only 11 % changed its view to more positive, while 41% respondents saw their views of China worsened. As such, the Czech Republic is now one the most China-negative countries in Europe.