Locked content President Komorowski leads in election poll

Bronisław Komorowski, the current head of state, would win this year’s presidential elections in the first round of voting, according to a recent survey conducted by TNS Polska.  As much as 47 percent of respondents would support him, a decline of 5 percent, compared with last month’s TN...

Locked content Growing pessimism among Poles – survey

As much as 59 percent of Poles are unhappy with the current state of the country, an increase of 4 percent month-on-month, according to a recent survey by CBOS. Most Poles (77 percent) assessed their financial situation negatively, with farmers, the unemployed and qualified workers spearheading the ...

Locked content Poll: PO ahead of PiS

Poland’s ruling party Civic Platform (PO) is a ahead of the main opposition grouping, Law and Justice (PiS), according to a survey conducted by Estymator for Newsweek Polska. As much as 39 percent of the respondents would vote for the ruling PO and 32 percent for PiS in its coalition with othe...

Locked content Poll: PiS behind PO

Poland’s ruling party Civic Platform (PO) is a neck ahead of the main opposition grouping, Law and Justice (PiS), according to a survey conducted by CBOS. As much as 25 percent of the respondents would vote for the ruling PO and just one percent less for PiS in its coalition with other right-w...

Locked content Komorowski leads in election poll

Bronislaw Komorowski, the current head of the state, would win a presidential election in the first voting round, if the election was held on January 18, according to the poll conducted by Millward Brown. Andrzej Duda, a Law and Justice (PiS) candidate, would garner 21 percent of votes, followed by ...

Locked content Support for ruling party rises

In a September poll carried out by CBOS, 38 percent of the respondents were willing to vote for the ruling Civic Platform, according to data quoted by the Polish Press Agency. The party gained 12 percentage points since the previous month. Support for main opposition party Law and Justice with Polan...

Locked content Major parties lose ground, PiS still ahead

Law and Justice (PiS), Poland’s conservative party is leading the polls, still ahead of Civic Platform by 10 percentage points. The latter lost ground after the tape recording scandal that brought to light party members’ candid behind-the-scenes conversations. Last week, a telephone surv...

Locked content PiS gains in popularity according to latest GfK poll

GfK Polonia research firm has conducted a poll on potential voters’ preferences in Poland. According to a press release by GfK, 46 percent of Poles would turn out to vote, with 48 percent claiming they would not take part in voting. In July, voters primarily voiced their support for the Law an...

Locked content Government losing popularity

According to the latest poll by CBOS, 38 percent of Poles (two percent up from last month) are against Donald Tusk’s government, 26 percent of polled are supporting his cabinet. Only 29 percent (down by 5 percent) of Poles are happy that Donald Tusk is the Prime Minister, while 55 percent are not ha...