Poles evaluate the quality of domestic medical services much worse than the rest of the world, according to a study by Pew Research Center in 20 selected countries of the world.
In total, 59 percent of the 20 countries surveyed say the level of treatment in their country is average or better than elsewhere. In Poland, however, only 13 percent. of the respondents believe that the methods of treatment in our country are among the best in the world or above the average.
This is one of the lowest results among the 20 countries surveyed, notes Pew Research.
Almost half of adult Poles (48 percent) believe that the level of medical services offered in the country is below the global average.
The study in the period October 2019 - March 2020 was conducted by the Pew Research Center, an American research center.
The survey was conducted in 20 countries: 10 European countries (Sweden, Spain, Italy, Russia, the Netherlands, Germany, Great Britain, Czech Republic, Poland, France) and in Singapore, South Korea, India, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Australia, Brazil, USA and Canada.