Locked content Poll: More than 50% of Poles consider country’s direction to be ...

The majority of Poles believe the country is moving in the wrong direction, according to new survey by pollster TNS Polska. As much as 54 percent of respondents said Poland’s direction is incorrect, whereas only 29 percent expressed the opposite view. About 17 percent of those questioned had n...

Locked content Poles against taking in refugees – poll

The majority of Poles do not want to accept any refugees in Poland, according to the latest survey by pollster CBOS. As much as 55 percent of respondents are against the idea of Poland taking in refugees. Meanwhile, 39 percent of Poles say the country should accept refugees from war-torn countries a...

Locked content Poles still want to shop on Sundays

According to a new poll by Maison&Partners agency for Money.pl, 46 percent of Poles are against a trade ban on Sundays, while 41 percent support it. It has been three months since Poland’s Solidarity trade union announced the intention to bring legislation to parliament that will ban trade...

Locked content New poll shows PiS increasing lead over opposition

As many as 39 percent of Poles support the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, five percent more than last month, a new poll by TNS showed. Support has fallen by one point for the previous government leaders, Civic Platform (PO), who can now count on 17 percent of the vote. Political newcomers Nowoc...

Locked content Poll: Andrzej Duda most-trusted politician in Poland

President Andrzej Duda is the most-trusted politician in Poland, the latest CBOS poll conducted in May shows. With 57 percent of support, he is the only politician to have the backing of at least 50 percent of Poles. Right behind him in second place came Prime Minister Beata Szydło, with a trustwort...

Locked content CBOS: Public mood in Poland darkens

The majority of Poles assess the overall situation in Poland negatively, according to the latest survey by pollster CBOS. As much as 51 percent of Polish citizens believe that country’s current direction is wrong, which represents a 6 percent increase in comparison with previous results. Meanw...

Locked content Poll: 44% of Poles do not support Beata Szydło’s activity

A new opinion poll has shown that the number of Poles who assess Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło’s work positively in May has decreased to 38 percent, which means 6 percent drop in comparison with a previous survey carried out by CBOS. Meanwhile, the number of opponents – who do not s...

Locked content KOD would win the election – poll

The coalition of some of the Polish government opposition parties would beat Law and Justice (PiS) party in the case of a general election, according to a new survey by pollster TNS for Gazeta Wyborcza, if they were to run under the KOD (Committee for the Defense of Democracy) banner. It shows that ...

Locked content Poles do not want constitution changes – poll

Poles do not want the current constitution of Poland to be changed, according to a new poll by IBRiS for Rzeczpospolita. In the opinion of 54 percent of those surveyed, it is not necessary to make any changes to the constitution. Mainly, it is Poles aged 35 – 44 (67 percent) from Nowoczesna (8...

Locked content Poll: 46% of Poles support 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 11 percent of Polish citizens are engaged in KOD, 35 percent are not involved in the committee, but also support its activit...