Locked content CBOS: 85% of Poles rate taxes as too high

As much as 90 percent of Polish citizens believe the state spends their tax money irrationally, according to the latest survey by pollster CBOS. Also 85 percent of Poles said that taxes in Poland are too high in relation to what the state provides for its citizens. Meanwhile, 78 percent of responden...

Locked content New poll puts PiS 20 points ahead of PO

As much as 35 percent of Poles support the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, one percent less than in the previous poll conducted by CBOS. The previous government leader, Civic Platform (PO), still can count on 15 percent of the vote. Meanwhile, political newcomer Nowoczesna came in third place, g...

Locked content New poll: PiS support up by 2%

As much as 36 percent of Poles support the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, two percent more than two weeks ago, a new poll by CBOS showed. Support has fallen by four points for political newcomer Nowoczesna – from 18 percent to 14 percent. Meanwhile, the previous government leaders, Civic ...

Locked content Poles against taking in refugees – poll

The majority of Poles do not want to accept any refugees in Poland, according to the latest survey by pollster CBOS. As much as 55 percent of respondents are against the idea of Poland taking in refugees. Meanwhile, 39 percent of Poles say the country should accept refugees from war-torn countries a...

Locked content Poll: Andrzej Duda most-trusted politician in Poland

President Andrzej Duda is the most-trusted politician in Poland, the latest CBOS poll conducted in May shows. With 57 percent of support, he is the only politician to have the backing of at least 50 percent of Poles. Right behind him in second place came Prime Minister Beata Szydło, with a trustwort...

Locked content CBOS: Public mood in Poland darkens

The majority of Poles assess the overall situation in Poland negatively, according to the latest survey by pollster CBOS. As much as 51 percent of Polish citizens believe that country’s current direction is wrong, which represents a 6 percent increase in comparison with previous results. Meanw...

Locked content Poll: 44% of Poles do not support Beata Szydło’s activity

A new opinion poll has shown that the number of Poles who assess Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło’s work positively in May has decreased to 38 percent, which means 6 percent drop in comparison with a previous survey carried out by CBOS. Meanwhile, the number of opponents – who do not s...

Locked content CBOS poll: Financing public media

A new CBOS poll shows the majority of Poles want public media to be financed by the government budget. As much as 60 percent of Polish citizens wish the government to finance public media from the state budget. Meanwhile, 30 percent of respondents voted for the option of financing it by license fees...

Locked content CBOS: 21% of Poles with a low financial level; 3% with a luxury life

According to a pollster CBOS, 55 percent of Polish citizens declare their financial resources to be at a medium level (covering daily needs without expensive purchases). Meanwhile, 21 percent have lower than average available funds, whereas 21 percent claim they live well enough to be able to make l...