The majority of Poles claimed that 2019 was a good year for them and their families, according to a survey by the Centre for Public Opinion Research (CBOS).
Of those surveyed, 56 percent believed that 2019 was a good year for them and 12 percent said it was a “very good” one. This is a 6-percentage point increase compared to the survey from 2018.
Another 17 percent stated that the year was “fairly good” and 17 percent did not evaluate the year either way. Only 10 percent stated that the year had been bad, the same amount as in 2018.
The survey not only asked Poles about their own lives but also about those of their families.
For 54 percent of Poles, 2019 was a good year for their families and a very good one for 10 percent. This is a 7-percentage point increase compared to 2018. The year was fairly good for 18 percent and 22 percent were ambivalent.
Only 6 percent evaluated the year as a negative one for their families, the same amount as in 2018.