Locked content Poll: 48% of Poles in favor of 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 48 percent of Polish citizens support KOD’s activity, while 29 percent believe the committee is unnecessary, and 23 pe...

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 Poles want to restore conscription – poll

The majority of Poles want conscription to be restored, according to the latest survey by SW Research. As much as 61 percent of Polish citizens believe it’s necessary to retrieve military training for young men, versus 21 percent with the opposite opinion. Also, 18 percent of respondents were ...

Locked content Poles do not want NATO to deliver a nuclear weapons to Poland – ...

Poles do not approve of the idea of nuclear weapons deployment in Poland in the framework of NATO programs, a recent poll by SW Research for Newsweek showed. As many as 50 percent of Polish citizens do not want NATO to deliver and place nuclear weapons in Poland, versus 26 percent of those who suppo...

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...

Quieting the mobile phone addicts

Newsweek Polska published the results of a survey by SW Research that shows the majority of Poles would like to establish quiet zones in public spaces. PKP Intercity train operator has initiated such a campaign and would like to establish such zones on trains. About 30 percent of the respondents are...