According to research from United Survey, 63 percent of Poles claimed that Polish law is above EU law. Only 30 percent said that EU laws are more important and 6.1 percent said that they have no opinion.
The poll also showed that 78 percent of Poles declared that the Polish constitution is above EU laws and only 8.8 percent pointed to EU norms as being superior.
Another 13.2 percent stated that it is “hard to say” whether EU laws or the Polish constitution was more important.
Respondents were also asked about the European Commission’s conflict over Poland’s judicial reform conflict. For that question, 22 percent of respondents viewed the European Commission’s actions negatively and 20 percent “rather negatively”. Another 30 percent viewed the actions positively and 17 percent rather positively.