In September, as much as 48 percent of Poles believe that things in the country are going in the wrong direction (no changes compared to the August survey), and 32 percent are of the opposite opinion (minus 3 percentage points per month), according to the latest Kantar study. 20 percent respondents have no opinion on this subject.
According to the survey, 61 percent of respondents assessed the condition of the Polish economy negatively in September, and positively 32 percent.
"More than half of Poles (61 percent) believe that the country's economy is in a state of crisis, and the vast majority of them (45 percent of the total) believe that it is a slight crisis, while 16 percent believe that it is a deep crisis. 32 percent of the respondents have a positive attitude towards the condition of the Polish economy, in their opinion, the Polish economy is in a state of slow (27 percent of the total) or dynamic (5 percent of the total) development. 7 percent of the respondents have no precise opinion on this topic," Kantar commented.