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 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 More than 50% of unemployed Poles consider labor migration

More than a half of unemployed Poles consider labor migration, according to the latest Work Service survey. As much as 53 percent of unemployed Polish citizens intend to migrate in order to find a job outside Poland. This number increased by 14 percent, compared to survey in autumn 2015. About 24 pe...

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...

Locked content Is Poland becoming authoritarian? – poll

Most Poles think Poland is moving towards authoritarianism, the latest poll by SW Research for Newsweek shows. As much as 48 percent of respondents expressed full confidence in Poland’s approach to authoritarianism. Half as many Poles do not share that sentiment – 24 percent. Also, 28 pe...

Locked content TV is the main source of information for Poles – survey

The majority of Poles choose TV as their main source of information, according to the latest survey by pollster TNS Polska. As much as 71 percent of Polish citizens watch news on TV, whereas 29 percent turn to news websites. Poles also get news from family, friends and acquaintances (24 percent), th...

Locked content Nationalistic attitudes in Poland – poll

The majority of Poles believe there is a nationalistic attitude in the country, according to a poll conducted by Millward Brown for TVN and TVN24 broadcaster. All respondents were asked whether they have noted an intensification of nationalistic attitudes in Poland. As much as 22 percent answered in...

Locked content Polish Bank Association: 26% of Poles still do not trust their banks

According to the latest survey by Polish Bank Association (ZBP) and TNS Polska, the majority of Poles assess the banking sector positively. As much as 48 percent of respondents expressed a good opinion about banks in Poland, whereas 42 percent were neutral, and only 10 percent were negative. The sur...

Locked content CBOS: 21% of Poles with a low financial level; 3% with a luxury life

According to a pollster CBOS, 55 percent of Polish citizens declare their financial resources to be at a medium level (covering daily needs without expensive purchases). Meanwhile, 21 percent have lower than average available funds, whereas 21 percent claim they live well enough to be able to make l...

Locked content Report: A portrait of the average Polish business leader

The typical Polish business leader is an entrepreneur of 58 years old who started from scratch, according to a new report by HSBC bank and professional services network Grant Thornton. This is how the report describes a typical Polish businessperson: “The vast majority of the current generatio...