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...

Locked content PiS loses support, Nowoczesna gains in new poll: Rzeczpospolita

The latest IBRiS opinion poll for Rzeczpospolita shows that the current abortion controversy has caused a drop in support for the governing Law and Justice (PiS) party. Although PiS is still in the lead, with 29 percent of support, the Nowoczesna party is close on its heels with 25 percent. (This re...

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...

Locked content Half of Poles think the economy is in crisis

As much as 50 percent (an increase of 4 percentage points on a monthly basis) of Poles believe that the Polish economy is in a state of crisis, a recent poll by TBS Polska showed. Most of the surveyed people also said that finding a job in Poland is hard or even impossible. While half…

Poles over age of 50 happy with finances

Nearly half of Poles (45 percent) aged over 50 years old are happy with their financial situation, despite the fact their salaries are relatively low, according to research by the National Debt Registry (KRD).

Locked content CBOS: Duda garners more negative reviews

A new opinion poll has shown that the number of Poles who assess Polish president Andrzej Duda’s work negatively has increased by 200 percent compared with a survey carried out by CBOS in November. Currently, 40 percent of the respondents gave the president’s activity a bad review, last ...

Locked content Poll: Duda with highest public trust

President Andrzej Duda is the most trusted politician in the country, a recent poll by Millward Brown showed. Over one third of Poles (36 percent) picked President Duda as the one who they trust the most, followed by newly appointed Prime Minister Beata Szydło who garnared 33 percent of votes. The t...

Locked content Poll: PiS loses points to PO

A opinion poll by TNS Polska showed that the gap between Law and Justice (PiS) and Civic Platform (PO) is closing and support for Kukiz has increased by a few percentage points. PiS garnered 32.5 percent of the votes (which would translate to 196 parliamentary mandates), while PO pulled in 26.3 perc...

Locked content Poll: PiS over 10 pp ahead of PO, PSL reaches parliament

Law and Justice (PiS) is strengthening its advantage over Civic Platform (PO), a recent poll by IBRiS has shown. According to the survey, 35.8 percent of Poles are willing to vote for PiS in the upcoming election, PO earned support of 22.2 percent of the respondents. The United Left garnered 9.3 per...

Locked content Poll: opinions vary on Duda’s work

The majority of respondents (39 percent) assessed president Andrzej Duda’s performance well, 25 percent of them think the contrary, a recent opinion poll by CBOS showed. According to the survey, 27 percent of Poles claim the president works rather well and 12 percent are convinced that he work...