The Centre for Public Opinion Research (CBOS) asked Poles how they evaluated the recent European Commission’s actions toward Poland. Out of those who responded, 49 percent stated that the Commission’s delay in approving the National Recovery Plan and the refusal to pay out funds to Poland from the EU Recovery Plan was an unacceptable form […]
The traditional affinity between the Austrians and the Germans is getting weaker. Our southern neighbors do not consider the Germans as an example to follow especially when it comes to issues of migration.
According to the latest opinion poll the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) received nearly twice the number of votes to the nearest opposition party. It seems that the main opposition party’s (PO) marginalization of its smaller ally “Nowoczesna” is making no difference to its ratings.
Poland regaining its independence in 1918, the fall of communism and entering the European Union are seen as the most important events of the last 100 years, according to a survey carried out by CBOS (Public Opinion Research Center). The Second World War is seen as the country’s biggest failure.
Poles are record-breakers when it comes to optimism. According to a survey carried out by the American Pew Research Center, Poles are the most optimistic when it comes to the future and perspectives of their economy.
A catastrophic poll for the Polish opposition has been revealed. PiS is predicted to win 42 percent of the votes in the next parliamentary elections and Civic Platform (PO) only 20 percent. This is a 6 point increase for the ruling party and a 7 point decrease for the main opposition, polling agency Kantar Public reveals.
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