Locked content Recent poll: United Left out of parliament

As much as 38 percent of Poles are willing to vote for Law and Justice (PiS), while 26 percent of them will support Civic Platform (PO), a recent poll by Ipsos showed. Law and Justice is consistently leading pre-election polls, and Civic Platform has been trying to bridge the gap between the two par...

Locked content Poll: more Poles trust PM Kopacz than Szydło

President Andrzej Duda leads the recent trustworthiness rank carried out by CBOS. Duda scored 56 percent of votes. PM Ewa Kopacz was second (46 percent), nine pp points ahead of Beata Szydło, Law and Justice’s (PiS) candidate for PM post, t. Paweł Kukiz, the founder of Kukiz’15 movement ...

Locked content Poll: Over 72% of Poles want changes in the political system

As much as 72 percent of respondents support the  implementation of “many” changes in the existing Polish political system, a recent opinion poll by CBOS showed. Nearly one-third of the surveyed people (31 percent) believe the system is “completely bad” and needs fundamental ...

Locked content Poll: Ewa Kopacz would make a better PM than Beata Szydło

An opinion poll by Millward Brown showed that Poles claim that current Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz would be a better PM than Beata Szydło, the Law and Justice candidate for the post in the next parliamentary term. Kopacz garnered 39 percent (an increase of 5 p.p.) of positive opinion, while Szydło enj...

Locked content Poll: slightly better assessment of PM

Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz’s government has  gained slightly more public support, according to a recent poll conducted by CBOS, cited the Polish Press Agency. As many as 28 percent (an increase of 1 p.p) of Poles support the current  government,  and 33 percent (a decrease of 3 p.p.) said they ...

Locked content CBOS: Duda with highest public trust

As much as 57 percent of respondents picked newly-elected president Andrzej Duda as the one who they trust the most, followed by Paweł Kukiz and outgoing president Bronisław Komorowski (both garnered 52 percent of votes each) a recent poll by CBOS showed. Nearly one fifth of Poles (18 percent) do no...

Poll: Kukiz may win parliamentary elections

The recent opinion poll carried out by IBRiS showed that if a political grouping created by Paweł Kukiz runs in Polish parliamentary elections this fall, it would win with 24.2 percent public support, Rzeczpospolita daily reported.

Paweł Kukiz with highest public trust – poll

As much as 58 percent of people surveyed by CBOS said they trust Paweł Kukiz, one of the candidates in this year’s presidential election and Polish rock star. President elect Andrzej Duda and Bronisław Komorowski, the retiring president, ranked second each with 54 percent support.