Locked content Poles more optimistic than the Czechs, Slovaks and Hungarians

Poles assess the state of their country’s economy better than citizens of the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, according to a recent poll conducted by CBOS in the Visegrád Group countries. Nonetheless, negative opinions about the economic situation prevail among Poles. As much as 21 perce...

Locked content Growing pessimism among Poles – survey

As much as 59 percent of Poles are unhappy with the current state of the country, an increase of 4 percent month-on-month, according to a recent survey by CBOS. Most Poles (77 percent) assessed their financial situation negatively, with farmers, the unemployed and qualified workers spearheading the ...

Locked content Poll: PiS behind PO

Poland’s ruling party Civic Platform (PO) is a neck ahead of the main opposition grouping, Law and Justice (PiS), according to a survey conducted by CBOS. As much as 25 percent of the respondents would vote for the ruling PO and just one percent less for PiS in its coalition with other right-w...

Locked content Poles love Italians, Russians – not so much

As much as 51 percent of Poles feel sympathy towards Italians and 50 percent towards the Czechs, according to the survey conducted in January by the CBOS on a sample of 1005 people. Spaniards are ranked 3rd with 49 percent of votes, followed by English and Slovaks (48 percent), Americans (44 percent...

Locked content Poles remain undecided about upcoming elections

Both the ruling Civic Platform party and its major opponent Law and Justice are experiencing falling support, while as many as 30 percent of voters are “undecided” when it comes to local government elections, according to the latest opinion poll carried out by pollster CBOS. The ruling party enjoys ...

Poles cautiously optimistic about new Prime Minister

A CBOS poll measured public opinion regarding the new Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz. It turns out that 44 percent of the population is happy with Ewa Kopacz in the new role, 29 percent is unhappy and 27 percent has no opinion on the matter, reported Polish Radio.

Locked content CBOS measures Poles’ opinions regarding NATO

The public opinion research institute CBOS has published results of a survey that examined Poles’ opinion regarding the NATO alliance. It turns out that 54 percent believe that Poland can be sure of the alliance’s engagement in defense of the country. Compared with May, the amount of res...

Locked content CBOS: Tusk unwanted as Prime Minister

The number of Poles accepting Donald Tusk as Poland’s Prime Minister is 26 percent, according to a CBOS survey conducted in August. It is the lowest score since January 1, 2014. According to the survey, 60 percent are negative about Donald Tusk as PM. This is 5 percentage points more than in July. S...

Locked content Public opinion pessimistic on economy trend

The Centre for Public Opinion Research (CBOS) published the latest figures for public opinion regarding the Polish economy. The research institution showed that 60 percent of Poles see the economy as going in the wrong direction. In a research survey that took place on the 3-9 July, a randomly selec...