Gov't opponents outnumber supporters says poll
There are more opponents of the government in December than supporters, a new poll has shown.
According to the CBOS survey, published on Friday, 28 percent declared support for the government (5 pps down from November), 46 percent opposed it (2 pps up) and 26 percent could not say.
At the same time 33 percent of respondents supported Mateusz Morawiecki (4 pps down), the prime minister, while 54 percent were displeased with his premiership (1 ppt up).
CBOS said that December brought a marked fall in support for the government and the prime minister compared to November, with a slight rise in the number of those opposed to them. However, the December results are slightly more favourable to the prime minister and his government than those recorded in October.
CBOS ran the survey on November 28 - December 11 on a random sample of 1,018 Poles.