Locked content Poll: PiS leading; Kukiz surpassed by Korwin

A new poll conducted by Millward Brown for Gazeta.pl showed that Law and Justice (PiS) remains in a leading position, with 34 percent of the support. Newcomers Nowoczesna gained 19 percent of votes, whereas Civic Platform (PO) got 14 percent of the support. Most surprising is that Janusz Korwin Mikk...

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 Poll: PiS, PO and Nowoczesna are losing votes

According to a survey by IBRiS for Onet, as much as 29.3 percent of Poles are willing to vote for PiS (Law and Justice) in the upcoming election, which means a decrease of five points compared to previous scores. Nowoczesna party earned the support of 22.7 percent of respondents (one point recession...

PO and PiS with new election promises

The ruling party Civic Platform (PO) and the opposition Law and Justice (PiS), which currently leads polls, organized their conventions and presented the economic programs. PO’s offers appeared to be quite revolutionary and shocking, however according to many economists’, Poland has need...

Locked content PO to introduce obligatory salaries for interns

The MPs of the ruling Civic Platform (PO) have proposed an amendment that introduces obligatory salaries for interns. The new law stipulates that the interns will be paid 20 percent (nearly PLN 300)  of the minimum wage. The maximum threshold is set at twice the minimum wage. The amendment comes as ...

Locked content Civic Platform launches a website to consult election program

Civic Platform Members of Parliament Agnieszka Pomaska and Joanna Mucha presented a new website, to consult the population regarding their election program, 300polityka.pl reported. The party says that it wants to conduct consultations not only with pundits, but also the other citizens, before annou...

Locked content Civic Platform MP suspended after travel expenses audit

Jan Kaźmierczak, a member of parliament from the ruling Civic Platform party, was suspended on Friday, Polish Radio reported. The decision relates to doubts regarding his travel expenses in an official trip to London. Kaźmierczak has told journalists that in his opinion, he did everything in accorda...

Locked content Parliamentary election poll shows PO in the lead

The ruling Civic Platform may get 38 percent of the votes in next year’s parliamentary election, according to a poll carried out by CBOS and published on Tuesday by the Polish Press Agency. Support for the party grew by 4 percentage points month-on-month. Main opposition party Law and Justice, toget...

PiS leads in regional elections

According to an exit poll by Ipsos, main opposition party Law and Justice (PiS) secured 31.5 percent of the votes in elections to voivodship councils, which took place in Poland on Sunday.

Locked content Support for ruling party rises

In a September poll carried out by CBOS, 38 percent of the respondents were willing to vote for the ruling Civic Platform, according to data quoted by the Polish Press Agency. The party gained 12 percentage points since the previous month. Support for main opposition party Law and Justice with Polan...