Eighty seven percent of respondents described the incoming wave of migrants as a major problem, 10 percent said it was not a big issue and only two percent said migrants posed absolutely no problem for the country.
"Even though some people are ready to help the migrants, the overwhelming reaction was fear of unfamiliar, alien culture,“ the polling agency concluded.
More than half of those polled were critical of the way the Czech government tackles the problem of incoming refugees.
Twenty-five percent said they were angry and only two percent sided with the government.
An absolute majority (94 percent) believed the EU should be turning the migrants back to where they came from, sixty-one percent said the EU should provide them with help in their home countries, while thirty two percent said the migrants should be sent back without any further help provided.
Forty-four percent of Czechs said they were against any government help to refugees, either Muslim or Christian.
According to Focus, the most radical opinions were voiced mainly by people aged over 55, unemployed and those with low incomes.