Locked content Overwhelming majority of Poles think Poland is a safe country

As many as 89 percent of Poles claim that Poland is a safe place to live, according to the CBOS poll. Only 9 percent thinks otherwise. This is the best result since 1987, when the first such poll was conducted. Compared to last year, the number of respondents that think Poland is safe country increa...

Locked content PiS doubles its lead over PO in the latest poll

According to a poll conducted by Kantar Public, Law and Justice (PiS) enjoys 38 percent support, while Civic Platform (PO) has 19 percent support. Other groupings that would surpass the 5 percent threshold necessary to get into the parliament are Kukiz’15 (11 percent) and Nowoczesna (5 percent)̷...

Locked content 50% of Poles don’t like the direction Poland is heading – TNS Po...

According to a poll conducted by TNS Polska, 50 percent of Poles think that Poland is not heading in the right direction, 34 percent of respondents think otherwise, while 16 percent have no opinion on the matter. “Compared to last month’s results, the number of people with a negative outlook decline...

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 CBOS: 61% of Poles support Sunday trade ban

The majority of Poles support a trade ban on Sunday, according to a new survey by pollster CBOS. As much as 61 percent of respondents claim that shops have to be closed on Sunday, whereas 32 percent still want to do shopping. Mainly, the supporters are women (65 percent) and employees in the service...

Locked content Poll: 48% of Poles in favor of KOD’s activity

The majority of Poles support the Committee for the Defence of Democracy (Komitet Obrony Demokracji, KOD), according to the latest poll by SW Research for Newsweek. As much as 48 percent of Polish citizens support KOD’s activity, while 29 percent believe the committee is unnecessary, and 23 pe...

Locked content Poles strongly against e-receipts – survey

Poles do not support the idea of unveiling electronic (digital) receipts instead of traditional ones, a new survey by pollster Ipsos revealed. As much as 66 percent of Polish citizens do not want to switch to e-receipts (44 percent of them are radically against). The majority of people are afraid of...

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 TNS poll: PiS leading with 36% support in September

According to the latest poll conducted by TNS, the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party still can count on 36 percent of the possible ballot, which reflects the same number as in August poll. As much as 17 percent of Poles are willing to vote for the Civic Platform (PO) (1 percent fall), while newcome...

Locked content CBOS poll: PiS losing support; PO and Nowoczesna on rise

The ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party lost 5 percent of support in September, while opposition political parties garnered more votes, the latest poll by CBOS shows. As much as 36 percent of Poles are willing to vote for PiS, in comparison with 41 percent in the previous poll. Civic Platform (PO) ca...