Locked content PiS at 42% and PO with 20% support – Kantar Public poll

According to the latest poll conducted by Kantar Public, if elections took place now, 42 percent of Poles would vote for ruling Law and Justice (PiS), while 20 percent would vote for Civic Platform (PO). PiS support grew by 6 percentage points compared with last month, while PO’s support dropp...

Locked content Support for government wanes – poll

The support for PM Mateusz Morawiecki’s government is supported by 38 percent of Poles, down by 4 percentage points compared to April, while the percentage of opponents increased by 2 pp to 21 percent in May. Over a third (35 percent) of those polled are neutral towards the government, according to ...

Locked content PiS supports up, PO down – CBOS poll

Ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party support has increased by 3 percentage points to 41 percent, according to the poll conducted by CBOS. Civic Platform (PO) was second with 21 percent support, down by 5 percentage points m/m. Kukiz’15 was third with 9 percent support (up by 2 percentage points)...

Locked content PM Szydło support falls

According to a poll conducted by Kantar Public, 45 percent of Poles support PM Beata Szydło policy, while 44 percent view them negatively. The number of Poles supporting the PM dropped by 3 percent since last month, while the number of negative opinions remained unchanged. The government’s act...

Locked content PiS supports down, PO up, according to the latest poll

Ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party support has shrunk by 3 percentage points to 33 percent, according to the poll conducted by Kantar TNS. Civic Platform (PO) was second with 22 percent support, up by 3 percent m/m. Nowoczesna and Kukiz’15 were third with 8 percent support. The remaining parti...

Locked content 19% of Poles see the country’s political situation as good, 43% ...

Nineteen percent of Poles consider the political situation in the country as good, while 43 percent is of the opposite opinion, according to a recent survey by pollster CBOS. In January, 15 percent of those polled said that the political situation in Poland was good, while49 percent claimed it was b...

Locked content New IBRiS poll: PiS still leads, but would lose Sejm majority

The Law and Justice (PiS) party continues to enjoy the most support among Poles, but can no longer count on winning a majority in the Sejm. Moreover, even in a coalition with Kukiz’15, PiS would not receive more votes than the opposition, which could take power. These are the results of the la...