The Prime Minister shared the data on Twitter, highlighting that the results in Poland are much higher than in Western Europe.
“According to Pew, 57 percent of Poles believe that their children will live more prosperously. This is a better result than in France, Italy, Sweden and the UK. We are responsibly building a country of prosperity for current and future generations,” he wrote.
Według @pewresearch 57 procent Polaków uważa, że ich dzieciom będzie żyło się bardziej dostatnie. To wynik zdecydowanie lepszy niż w społeczeństwach Francji, Włoch, Szwecji czy Wielkiej Brytanii. Odpowiedzialnie budujemy państwo dobrobytu dla obecnych i przyszłych pokoleń.
— Mateusz Morawiecki (@MorawieckiM) October 20, 2019
The only countries which expressed more optimism for their children’s future were Lithuania (60 percent) and Ukraine (61 percent).
Just behind the Poles were the Czechs (51 percent), Germans (48 percent) and Slovakians (46 percent). The least optimistic were the French, British and Italians (16, 22 and 23 percent).
Almost three fourths of the surveyed Poles (74 percent) declared that the economic situation in Poland is good. More satisfied were Swedish, German and Dutch citizens (78, 79 and 82 percent), whereas the most dissatisfied with their economy were Ukrainians, Greeks and Italians (14, 15, 23 percent).
The conducted survey was an analysis of European societies, focusing on Central-Eastern Europe 30 years after the fall of Communism.