Locked content CBOS poll: 25% gap between PiS and PO

According to the latest survey conducted by pollster CBOS, only three political parties would be present in the Polish parliament in the case of an election. The Law and Justice (PiS) party strengthened its position, receiving 41 percent of the vote (versus 39 percent in the previous poll). Previous...

Locked content Poll: 43% of Poles admit economic crisis in Poland

Poles are divided when asked about the country’s affairs, a recent poll by TNS Polska shows. As much as 45 percent of respondents said Poland’s economy is on the rise, whereas only 43 percent believe that economy is in crisis. Apart from that, 45 percent of Poles think that country is mo...

Locked content Poles want a ban on burqas – poll

The majority of Polish citizens would like to see a ban on burqas, a recent poll by SW Research for Newsweek revealed. As much as 45 percent of Poles want Poland to implement a ban on wearing a burqa, which is an Islamic traditions to cover women’s bodies when in public. Mainly, the supporters...

Locked content Poll: 60% of Poles go on vacations in home country

A new poll by SW Research revealed that Poles are more keen on spending their vacations in Poland than somewhere abroad. As much as 60 percent of respondents claimed they would like to holiday in Poland, while only 27 percent preferred foreign resorts. Some 13 percent hesitated or were not able to a...

Locked content TNS August poll: PiS leading; Nowoczesna surpassed by Kukiz’15

According to a new poll by TNS Polska, as much as 36 percent of Poles would vote for the Law and Justice (PiS) party, which represents the same number as in July poll. The support for its opposition rivals Civic Platform (PO) also has not changed, remaining at 18 percent of the possible ballot. Mean...

Locked content Poll: 70% of Poles want Constitutional Tribunal bill to be published

The majority of Polish citizens want the latest Constitutional Tribunal bill to be published, a recent survey by pollster IBRiS revealed. As much as 70 percent of respondents believe that the government must publish the bill, while 15 percent of Poles are opposed and 15 percent hesitated. When it co...

Locked content Poles still negative towards refugees – poll

The majority of Poles are still against taking in refugees, the latest poll by IBRiS for Rzeczpospolita revealed. As much as 60 percent of respondents admitted that their attitude towards refugees has not changed even after celebrating World Youth Day, one of the largest religious gatherings in the ...

Locked content PiS still leading polls

According to a new poll by IBRiS for Rzeczpospolita, the Law and Justice (PiS) party remains in a leading position, receiving 31 percent of all votes. Civic Platform (PO) strengthened its position, gaining 18 percent (+3 percent) of Poles’ support, while newcomers Nowoczesna can count on 18 pe...

Locked content Poll: 51% of Poles dissatisfied with the government

As much as 37 percent of Poles are satisfied with the government’s performance in July, while 51 percent evaluate it negatively, which is 3 percent worse than in June, according to the recent poll conducted by TNS Polska. President Andrzej Duda’s activity is supported by 44 percent of Po...

Locked content PiS leading; Nowoczesna surpassed by PO – poll

A new poll conducted by Millward Brown for TVN showed that Law and Justice (PiS) party remains in a leading position, receiving 33 percent of all votes. The Civic Platform (PO) strengthened its position, gaining 19 percent of Poles’ support, while newcomers Nowoczesna still can count on 18 per...