When asked whether Kaczyński should cease to act as deputy prime minister, which Rzeczpopolita asked participants of the SW Research poll, 64.9 percent. respondents answered "Yes". 18.1 percent of respondents answered "No". 17 percent respondents had no opinion on this matter.
“The possible resignation of Jarosław Kaczyński from his position in the government is supported by almost 70 percent of women and 60 percent of men. This idea is positively assessed by over 70 percent of the youngest survey participants and 2/3 of respondents with secondary education. More often than others, Jarosław Kaczyński's resignation from the post of deputy prime minister is supported by people with incomes not exceeding PLN 1,000 (77 percent) and residents of cities with more than 100,000 up to 199,000 people (71 percent),” Przemysław Wesołowski, president of the board of the research agency SW Research, commented.
On October 6, Jarosław Kaczyński became the deputy prime minister responsible in the government of Mateusz Morawiecki for overseeing the operation of the ministries responsible for security - the Ministry of National Defense, the Ministry of Interior and Administration and the Ministry of Justice. On November 20, Koalicja Obywatelska i Lewica filed a motion of no confidence in Kaczyński with the Marshal of the Sejm.
The opposition blames the PiS president with the responsibility of, inter alia, for the actions of the police during the protest in front of the TVP headquarters on the Powstańców Warszawy Square, where the plain-clothes officers used telescopic batons, and the deputy Magdalena Biejat, who was showing a parliamentary ID, was sprayed in the face with gas.
The opposition also accuses Kaczynski of heating up the mood in the country by his speech on October 27, when the PiS chairman called on PiS supporters and party supporters to defend the churches "at all costs".
Moreover, during the supervision by Kaczyński of the ministries responsible for security, clashes between the participants of the Independence March and the police took place in Warsaw, and during the March a photojournalist of Tygodnik Solidarność was shot with a rubber bullet.