Locked content Poles lost PLN 3.8 billion in traffic jams

It has been revealed that drivers lost PLN 3.8 billion per year because of traffic jams in the seven biggest Polish cities. Deloitte and Targeo.pl conducted an analysis and it showed that people driving in Warsaw, Łódź, Wrocław Kraków, Katowice, Poznań, Gdańsk in 2015, had lost approximately PLN 14....

Locked content Every third Polish company is a victim of economic crime

According to PwC’s Global Economic Crime Survey 2016, more than 1/3 (36 percent) of companies surveyed in Poland, confirmed they had been victims of fraud in the last 24 months. About 65 percent of the offenses were asset robbery, and 32 percent were   cybercrime.  “There is a favorable ...

Locked content 56% of Poles evaluate the economic situation of Poland as bad

More than half of Poles (56 percent) think that the economic situation of Poland is bad, and 38 percent think otherwise, according to Eurobarometer survey. The number of dissatisfied respondents has grown by 6 percent since the autumn 2014, but is still lower the the EU average, which stands at 59 p...

Locked content Poll: Most Poles think their bank savings are safe

As many as 67 percent of Poles think that money deposited in banks operating in Poland is safe, while every fifth citizen doesn’t support the view, according to a survey by TNS Polska. The pollsters also wanted to know which form of saving is the most profitable. According to 46 percent of the...

Highest ever number of Poles against adopting euro

As much as 70 percent of Poles expressed their objection against adoption of the euro, according to a survey conducted by CBOS. While 70 percent of respondents do not want the euro in Poland, 25 percent of them are for the adoption.

Locked content Half of Poles against supporting franc borrowers

As much as 52 percent of Poles replied negatively to the question, whether the state should financially support franc borrowers, according to a survey conducted by IQS, cited by the Polish daily Puls Biznesu. Nearly a third (31 percent) of surveyed Poles think that the government should back the bor...

ING: only half of Poles have savings

Poles possess only 15 to 16 percent of the financial assets that Germans or Italians have at their disposal, and only half of us have savings, according to a survey by ING lender conducted in 13 European countries.

Locked content Half of Poles pleased with income – survey

As much as 55 percent of Poles are satisfied with their income, 7 percent of respondents can afford anything they want, according to a survey conducted by TNS Polska. Financial standing of 4 percent of Poles is so bad that they cannot satisfy their basic needs. When it comes to respondents’ ex...