In with the new

The ruling PiS party kicked-off the second half of its term with a major government reshuffle. The Prime Minister was replaced with her former deputy, and three ministry heads also lost their posts. Who has left and who’s in to replace them?

Gov’t with 47% support

The current government has gained more public support in October, with 47 percent of Poles assessing its activity positively, 4 percentage points more than a month earlier, according to an opinion poll conducted by Kantar Public. Among the supporters, 10 percent were very positive about their govern...

Locked content Government support drops – Kantar poll

As many as 43 percent of the respondents believe that the government is doing a good job, while 45 percent thinks otherwise, according to a poll conducted by Kantar Public. The supporters number contracted by 2 percentage points m/m, while the number of opponents remained the same PM Beata Szydło ha...

Locked content Poles divided over government’s activity – poll

As many as 45 percent of the respondents believe that the government is doing a good job, while the same number thinks otherwise, according to a poll conducted by Kantar Public. The supporters number increased by 1 percentage points m/m, while the number of opponents declined by 2 percentage point. ...

Locked content Poll: Duda’s assessment worsening

More than half of Poles (53 percent) believe Andrzej Duda has been performing well as the Polish President, a recent opinion poll conducted by CBOS showed. Negative opinions accounted for 37 percent of the responses. Compared with August, the number of positive assessments of Duda’s work decre...

Locked content Poll: 49% of Poles dissatisfied with the government

The majority of Poles assess the government’s performance negatively, a recent poll conducted by TNS Polska showed. As much as 38 percent are satisfied with the government, versus 49 percent who are not. President Andrzej Duda’s activity is supported by 51 percent of Polish citizens, whi...

Locked content Poles do not trust assessments by European institutions – poll

The majority of Poles believe the European institutions (such as European Parliament) are unfair in assessing the situation in Poland, a recent poll by TNS Polska revealed. As much as 41 percent said the European institutions are biased with its conclusions/resolutions, while 37 percent usually agre...