Locked content CBOS poll: Beata Szydło’s support rising

A new opinion poll has shown that the number of Poles who assess Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło’s work positively in April has increased by 2 percent – up to 38 percent, compared with a survey carried out by CBOS in March. Meanwhile, the number of opponents – who do not support...

Locked content PiS ahead of rival parties – poll

The ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party would garner 37 percent of the vote if elections were held in March, according to pollster CBOS. PiS has gained three points since last month. Civic Platform (PO) would come second with 18 percent (+4 percent), followed by Nowoczesna (17 percent) which lost 2 p...

Locked content CBOS: Duda most-trusted politician

President Andzrej Duda is the most-trusted politician in Poland, a CBOS poll conducted in February shows. With 56 percent of support, he is the only politician to have the backing of at least 50 percent of Poles. The President is followed in the ranking by Prime Minister Beata Szydło and Paweł Kukiz...

Locked content CBOS: PiS with 34 percent support

34 percent of Poles support PiS, a poll by CBOS shows.  This result is a 2 percent drop in relation to previous polls. In contrast, second-placed party Nowoczesna registered a 1 percent gain, coming in with 19 percent of the support. Previous government leaders PO received  the approval of only 14 p...

Locked content CBOS: More and more Poles in favor of democracy

The amount of Poles who believe in democracy as the best form of government is steadily growing, a poll by CBOS shows. 70 percent of people asked declared such a view, which constitutes a 6 percent increase from the previous poll carried out two months ago. Likewise, the number of people disagreeing...

Locked content Poll: 37 percent of Poles support PiS

A TNS poll in late January revealed that 37 percent of Polish people willing to vote in the next election would choose the Law and Justice (PiS) party. This marks a 1 percent drop when compared to poll results from before the mid-January debate on Poland in the European Parliament. In the same time ...

Locked content TNS: over half of Poles are pessimistic about the situation in Poland

Over 51 percent of Poles think that country’s  affairs are heading in a bad direction, a new TNS poll shows. Only 32 percent have a positive outlook on the current situation, while 17 percent did not express an opinion. The results show a stability in opinions from recent times, with the perce...

Locked content CBOS: 53% of Poles against taking in refugees

53 percent of Poles believe that the country should not accept any refugees whatsoever, a CBOS poll revealed. The poll, carried out in January, also indicated that 41 percent of Poles are in favor of giving refugees temporary shelter, while only 4 percent of those polled declared support for accepti...